105 Evidence to correct a false impression

105  Evidence to correct a false impression

(1)     For the purposes of section 101(1)(f)—

(a)     the defendant gives a false impression if he is responsible for the making of an express or implied assertion which is apt to give the court or jury a false or misleading impression about the defendant;

(b)     evidence to correct such an impression is evidence which has probative value in correcting it.

(2)     A defendant is treated as being responsible for the making of an assertion if—

(a)     the assertion is made by the defendant in the proceedings (whether or not in evidence given by him),

(b)    

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