101 Defendant's bad character

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101  Defendant's bad character

(1)     In criminal proceedings evidence of the defendant's bad character is admissible if, but only if—

(a)     all parties to the proceedings agree to the evidence being admissible,

(b)     the evidence is adduced by the defendant himself or is given in answer to a question asked by him in cross-examination and intended to elicit it,

(c)     it is important explanatory evidence,

(d)     it is relevant to an important matter in issue between the defendant and the prosecution,

(e)     it has substantial probative value in relation to an important matter in issue between the defendant and a co-defendant,

(f)     it is

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