Smith, Regina v: CACD 26 Jul 2007

There had been admissions of pleas of guilty to robbery and the production of a firearm with intent to commit robbery, in the case of a co-accused who was alleged jointly to be involved. The court considered the admissibility of a co-defendant’s plea of guilty.


[2007] EWCA Crim 2105




Criminal Justice Act 2003 74


England and Wales

Cited by:

CitedGirma and Others, Regina v (Rev 1) CACD 15-May-2009
The court asked whether the conviction of a co-defendant was correctly admitted as evidence against her co-accused, and if not what was the effect on the fairness of the trial.
Held: The plea of the co-defendant should not have been admitted. . .
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Updated: 28 May 2022; Ref: scu.259780