Lewis and Others v Regina: CACD 23 May 2013

The defendants appealed saying that a juror had extraneous material regarding the matters before the court had been researched by a juror.
Held: The court observed at that the inference that complaints after verdicts simply represent a protest by a juror at verdicts with which he or she disagrees are likely to be overwhelming.

Igor Judge, Baron Judge LCJ, Royce, Globe JJ
[2013] EWCA Crim 776
England and Wales
Cited by:
CitedBaybasin and Others, Regina v CACD 13-Dec-2013
The defendants sought leave to appeal against drugs related convictions saying that the method used for jury ballotting by the Crown Court was unlawful, the prosecutor having withdrawn his request for this, and that a juror had convicted after . .

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Updated: 12 November 2021; Ref: scu.510716