In re T(AJJ) (An Infant): CA 1970

Russell LJ said: ‘But it must be borne in mind that the infant is a ward of court under the judge’s order, and if anyone is minded to question or interview the infant they may well be at risk of being in contempt.’


Russell LJ, Cross LJ


[1970] Ch 688


England and Wales

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CitedRe A Ward of Court FD 4-May-2017
Ward has no extra privilege from Police Interview
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Updated: 06 May 2022; Ref: scu.588206