Regina v Ashton: CACD 1992

The court held that the learned judge had been wrong in directing the jury that it was a situation in which they must return the same verdict in relation to each of the co-accused where they were charged with a conspiracy.


[1992] Crim LR 667


England and Wales

Cited by:

CitedTestouri, Regina v CACD 2-Dec-2003
The appellant challenged his conviction for conspiracy, saying that where only two parties were alleged to have been involved, differing verdicts could not be returned.
Held: The appeal was allowed. ‘In any case where what is alleged is a . .
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Updated: 07 May 2022; Ref: scu.234975