Regina v. Musone – Times Law Reports

Posted June 11th, 2007 in evidence, law reports by sally

Power to exclude evidence of probative value

Regina v. Musone

Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)

“Cases would be rare in which a breach of procedural rules would entitle a court to exclude evidence of substantial probative value and a court should be most reluctant to exclude evidence of that quality for such a breach; nevertheless there would be cases where the only way in which the court could ensure fairness was by excluding evidence even of substantial probative value.”

The Times, 11th June 2007


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