Regina v Greaves – Times Law Reports

Posted April 28th, 2008 in appeals, criminal procedure, law reports by sally

Regina v Greaves

Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)

“Accompanying papers of great bulk and some complexity did not turn an unarguable, unmeritorious, application for leave to appeal against conviction into one which was arguable; nor did bulk and complexity operate as some kind of unspoken barrier to making a loss-of-time order under section 29 of the Criminal Appeal Act 1968.”

The Times, 28th April 2008


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