Regina v Popat – Times Law Reports

Posted September 10th, 2008 in law reports, police, warrants, witnesses by sally

Regina v Popat

Court of Appeal

“It was preferable for crown court judges to direct police officers not to execute a warrant for the arrest except at the crown court, of a witness who had failed to appear in response to a summons, if satisfied that if the witness was going to attend voluntarily or was going to accompany them, or at least to back the warrant for bail.”

The Times, 10th September 2008


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