Regina v Gray: CACD 2004

The court gave guidance on appropriate good character directions where a defendant had old convictions.

Rix LJ
[2004] EWCA Crim 1074
England and Wales
Cited by:
CitedPayton, Regina v CACD 26-May-2006
The defendant appealed a conviction of possession of 66 grams of cannabis with intent to supply. Also found were a large number of small bags and pounds 7,000 in cash. The defendant said the cannabis was for his personal use, and the equipment had . .
CitedMohammed, Regina v CACD 13-Jul-2005
The court granted permission to appeal against a conviction for murder on grounds that related to the judge’s summing up in respect of provocation: ‘Although Holley is a decision of the Privy Council and Morgan Smith a decision of the House of . .

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Criminal Practice

Updated: 19 November 2021; Ref: scu.242252