Appeal against conviction of burglary. Admission of bad character evidence (many convictions of dishonesty) against alibi witness put forward only late – use of footprint matching evidence
 EWCA Crim 754
Criminal Justice Act 2003 100
England and Wales
Cited – Brewster and Cromwell v Regina CACD 27-May-2010
The defendants appealed against their convictions for kidnapping and witness intimidation saying that the court should have allowed them to put the principle prosecution witness’ bad character in issue by admission of her criminal convictions.
Cited – T, Regina v CACD 26-Oct-2010
The court heard an appeal against a conviction for murder, the principle evidence being in the form of likelihood ratios in the interpretation of footwear marks.
Thomas LJ, giving the reserved judgment of the court, stated that if a footwear . .
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Updated: 27 October 2021; Ref: scu.434854