Regina v. M and others – WLR Daily

Posted May 1st, 2007 in appeals, law reports, precedent, terrorism by sally

Regina v. M and others (No. 2) 

“Where a ruling made at a preparatory hearing was overturned on appeal and the Court of Appeal differently constituted in a subsequent case held that the earlier case had been decided per incuriam the judge was bound to follow the later decision in the interests of justice as a whole and on the basis that any rulings of law made at preparatory hearings had correctly to reflect the law which would govern the trial.”

WLR Daily, 27th April 2007


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