Henderson v Broomhead: 1859

Immunity attaches to what persons who may be called to give evidence say or do before the court. It is an immunity ‘for words spoken or written in the course of any judicial proceeding’.


Crompton J


(1859) 4 H and N 569

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CitedDarker v Chief Constable of The West Midlands Police HL 1-Aug-2000
The plaintiffs had been indicted on counts alleging conspiracy to import drugs and conspiracy to forge traveller’s cheques. During the criminal trial it emerged that there had been such inadequate disclosure by the police that the proceedings were . .
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Updated: 29 April 2022; Ref: scu.184735