- Challenge to registration of foreign order
- Original news
- Why is the decision of interest to lawyers?
- What was the background to the appeal?
- What did the court decide?
- How had the principle of double jeopardy featured in the application?
Corporate Crime analysis: In the first challenge that it has heard to the registration of a foreign court order under the Criminal Justice and Data Protection (Protocol No 36) Regulations 2014, the Court of Appeal refused to be sidetracked by the applicant’s double jeopardy argument. David Walbank, barrister at Red Lion Chambers, looks at the interesting aspects of the court’s decision in A v Director of Public Prosecutions.
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