Criminals convicted by police jurors to appeal to law lords – The Guardian

Posted June 4th, 2007 in juries, news by sally

“Two convicted criminals who claim they were denied a fair trial because the juries which found them guilty included a police officer will take their case to Britain’s highest court next month. Their appeal to the House of Lords will be heard in July, along with a third case in which one of the jurors who delivered a guilty verdict was a lawyer working for the Crown Prosecution Service, which brought the prosecution.”

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The Guardian, 4th June 2007