Regina v N; Regina v D; Regina v L – Times Law Reports

Regina v N; Regina v D; Regina v L

Court of Appeal

“The drafting of an indictment required close attention to the realities of the case and none at all to the theoretical legal possibilities which might arise. It also required careful attention to the criminality which had resulted in the case coming to trial, and to the evidence to support the allegation, the avoidance of duplication and the risk of unnecessary complications for both the jury and the judge and the ultimate wasting of scarce and valuable resources.”

The Times, 11th May 2010

Source: www.timesonline.co.uk

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