Regina v Hill: CACD 1993

The court was asked whether the prosecution had established that the substance involved in the case was the drug mentioned in the charge.
Held: Waterhouse J stated: ‘ . . the prosecution must establish the identity of the drug that is the subject of the charge with sufficient certainty to achieve the standard of proof required in a criminal case.’


Waterhouse J


(1993) 96 Cr App R 456


England and Wales

Cited by:

CitedCastle v Director of Public Prosecutions Admn 12-Mar-1998
Appeal by case stated from conviction of possession of firearms (air rifles) within five years of release from prison. The court was asked as to whether they were ‘lethal’
Held: The appeal failed: ‘ the Justices were entitled to reach the . .
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Criminal Evidence

Updated: 16 May 2022; Ref: scu.608657