The applicant sought judicial review of the decision of the screening body of the Home Office policy and advisory board for forensic pathology to refer his case to the full panel.
Held: Judicial review was not appropriate as a remedy at this stage. It should be used only and if necessary after the decision taken by the full tribunal. The Board itself was lawful.
Times 18-Oct-2005,  EWHC 1793 (Admin)
England and Wales
Cited – General Medical Council v Professor Sir Roy Meadow, Attorney General CA 26-Oct-2006
The GMC appealed against the dismissal of its proceedings for professional misconduct against the respondent doctor, whose expert evidence to a criminal court was the subject of complaint. The doctor said that the evidence given by him was . .
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Updated: 23 May 2022; Ref: scu.231183