Regina v Stringfellow – Times Law Reports

Posted November 14th, 2008 in criminal procedure, juries, law reports by sally

Regina v Stringfellow

Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)

“Where the clerk of a crown court went wrong when he was taking the vote of the jury, it was better for counsel to interrupt and ask the clerk to start again, to avoid unnecessary excursions to the Court of Appeal.”

The Times, 14th November 2008


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