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Prosecuting corporations – a problem of personality
Appeals against Conviction – England and Wales
Appeals against Conviction – England and Wales
Caribbean Case Summary
Northern Ireland Case Summary
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Peter Carter QC
Peter Carter QC
Prosecuting corporations – a problem of personality

Peter Carter QC considers the problems that may arise in respect of the identity principle in the prosecution of corporations.

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Paul Taylor QC
Paul Taylor QC
Appeals against Conviction – England and Wales

Paul Taylor QC looks at the powers of the single judge and the Registrar in an application to re-open a decision of the CACD.

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Farrhat Arshad
Farrhat Arshad
Appeals against Conviction – England and Wales

Farrhat Arshad looks at a conviction case where the CACD considers when a failure to give a good character direction makes a conviction unsafe.

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Caribbean Case Summary

Paul Taylor QC looks at the discretion to order separate trials, the directions on defences not raised at trial and the impact of a pre-Jogee joint enterprise direction in a Caribbean case.

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Northern Ireland Case Summary

Paul Taylor QC looks at the latest case to consider the appropriate credit for guilty pleas in a Northern Ireland appeal.

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