Regina v Paulssen: CACD 2003

The defendant appealed against his conviction for a ‘contract killing’.
Held: The Court of Appeal should not interfere with factual conclusions reached in the court below save in the clearest of situations. The court was prepared to overlook minor infractions of the 2000 Act.


[2003] EWCA Crim 3109


Regulation of Investigatory Powrs Act 2000

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CitedRegina v Moore and Another CACD 13-Feb-2013
The appellants said that they had been entrapped into committing the offences of which they stood convicted. Their applications for stay on the ground of abuse of process had been rejected.
Held: The appeal failed.
Rix Lj said: ‘the . .
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Criminal Practice

Updated: 04 May 2022; Ref: scu.471003