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Should foresight of the possibility of an accomplice committing murder be sufficient to generate guilt as an accessory?
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The defendant in the second case, Balvinder Singh Kang, was in charge of a motor vehicle at Sandwell in the West Midlands when he was seen by a police officer, PC Smith.
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The defendant, Anthony France, was one of a number of journalists and public officials whose conduct was investigated by the police during Operation Elveden.
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Is there an absolute bar on the CPS reviewing a decision to prosecute some suspects but not others?
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When is a prosecution barred due to an investigation in another country?
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When will evidence said to show similar sexual behaviour be admissible?
The defendant, the footballer Ched Evans, and a friend, Clayton McDonald, were out drinking, as was the alleged victim, X. Both McDonald and X became separated from their groups and at approximately 4am, X wandered into McDonald’s path.
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What constitutes ‘inviting support’ for a proscribed organisation?
This issue was considered by the Court of Appeal in R v Choudary and another (CLW/16/35/5).

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When can a court ‘lift the corporate veil’ when making a confiscation order?
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Had it been consistent with their human rights to delay terrorist suspects’ access to legal advice?
Yes, said the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights in Ibrahim and others v UK (CLW/16/34/2).

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Is a witness anonymity order subject to review once made?
Yes, said the Court of Appeal in R v Calvert and others (CLW/16/32/10).

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