Regina (Bennett) v. Inner South London Coroner, Officers A and B and Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis, interested parties – Times Law Reports

Whether jury can be trusted

Regina (Bennett) v Inner South London Coroner, Officers A and B and Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis, interested parties

“While facts were for the jury, coroners were entitled to consider whether it was safe to leave a particular verdict on the evidence to the jury.”

The Times, 13th August 2007

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