Regina v Cole; Regina v Keets – Times Law Reports

Posted October 2nd, 2007 in hearsay evidence, law reports by sally

When hearsay evidence can be admitted

Regina v. Cole; Regina v. Keets

Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)

“The hearsay evidence of a witness who could not be cross-examined could be admitted in evidence, even where it was the sole or the decisive evidence against a defendant, if that was compatible with a fair trial.”

The Times, 2nd October 2007


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