Regina v Pentonville Prison Governor, ex parte Schneider: 1981

The court considered the dangers of admitting evidence from accomplices who may be seeking to exculpate themselves.


[1981] 73 Cr App R 200


England and Wales

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CitedGibson, Regina v CACD 11-Jan-2006
The defendant renewed has application for leave to appeal against his conviction for the murder of his daughter-in-law. The principle evidence against him was that of an accomplice. She had received letters to say that no further action would be . .
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Criminal Evidence

Updated: 01 May 2022; Ref: scu.237575