The defendants appealed against their convictions for murder. They alleged that there had been material non-disclosure of evidence. In particular, officers were said to have obtained o-operation from a defendant on the basis of a promise that the judge would be so informed, but that had been held back by police officers even from the prosecution legal team.
Held: The appeals failed. Whilst there was impropriety, it was not of itself sufficient to undermine the conviction.
Macur DBE LJ, Cooke J, Cutts HHJ
 EWCA Crim 1815
England and Wales
Cited – AXN v The Queen CACD 27-May-2016
The defendant argued that greater note should have been taken on his sentencing to allow for the assistance he had given to the police after his arrest.
Held: The current accepted practice is that the text of the letter from the police to the . .
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Updated: 06 January 2022; Ref: scu.554895