Regina v Clements – Times Law Reports

Regina v Clements

Court of Appeal

“In a prosecution for a sexual offence, a previous conviction, even if for a sexual offence, was admissible as evidence of propensity only if the circumstances were such that it had some probative force by reason of similarity to the offence charged.”

The Times, 4th December 2009

Source: www.timesonline.co.uk

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