Section 106(3) provides that just prosecution evidence is admissible under section 101(1)(g).

Section 106(3) provides that just prosecution evidence is admissible under section 101(1)(g). The simple denial associated with prosecution instance will…

Section 106(3) provides that just prosecution evidence is admissible under section 101(1)(g).

Section 106(3) provides that just prosecution evidence is admissible under section 101(1)(g). The simple denial associated with prosecution instance will never be sufficient to trigger this gateway – see R v Fitzgerald 2017 EWCA Crim 556 of where it really is being recommended not simply that prosecution witnesses are lying…

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