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Thursday, 26 May 2016

The Growing Prevalence of Prevalence - 25/05/16

It's a case law episode for this Bite, which you can listen to right here.

First, R v Bondzie.  Ever wondered why the Crown has taken to serving a statement that just tells you that drug dealing is bad?  Here's why they do it; what effect it could have on sentence; what they need to do to give it an effect and why their efforts to date have been generally pointless and probably damaging to their own aims.

Then two quickies: R v Bala, which upholds marriage in all its forms and R v Hussain, in which the Court of Appeal confirms that you can't second-guess a jury.

The Law Commission has reported on its sentencing code project.  If you want to read more you can do so here.

Let us know whether you prefer the show like this or if you'd prefer to go back to listening to us drinking wine and eating cake.


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