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McLean and Another v Buchanan, Procurator Fiscal and Another: PC 24 May 2001

(Appeal from High Court of Justiciary (Scotland)) It was not an infringement of a defendant’s right to a fair trial where the costs of defending the case brought against him would be substantial, but where his solicitors would be paid only a small fixed fee sum. In this case the defendants had the benefit of … Continue reading McLean and Another v Buchanan, Procurator Fiscal and Another: PC 24 May 2001