Rex v Harris: 1927

A prosecutor has no obligation to call a witness whose evidence he does not consider to be material.

[1927] 2 KB 587
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CitedGrant v The Queen PC 16-Jan-2006
(Jamaica) The defendant appealed his conviction for murder saying that the admission of an unsworn statement by one witness and the non-admission of another similar statement who did not either attend court was unconstitutional. He shot the victim . .

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Criminal Practice

Updated: 18 December 2021; Ref: scu.242111