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This week’s video case reviews by David Walbank QC on Crimecast.Law include important judgments

13. Nov 2020

This week’s video case reviews by David Walbank QC on Crimecast.Law include important judgments, which are likely to be of wide-ranging and long-lasting effect (on prosecution disclosure of a complainant’s electronic devices; proportionality in confiscation; and public interest immunity re search warrants)
In the week commencing Monday 9 November 2020, the following five video reviews have been added to the current series:

  • R v CB; R v Mohammed (Sultan) [2020] 2 Cr App R 20 on prosecution disclosure in respect of complainants’ mobile phones and other digitally stored communications
  • R v Andrewes (Jon) [2020] EWCA Crim 1055 in which the Court of Appeal set out clear criteria for the assessment of ‘proportionality’ in confiscation proceedings
  • R (Jordan) v Chief Constable of Merseyside Police [2020] EWHC 2274 (Admin) on the determination of Public Interest Immunity claims on challenges to search warrants
  • R v Jelf (Nathan) [2020] 2 Cr App R (S) 52 on the Football Banning Order regime and what is a ‘relevant offence’ under s14A Football Spectators Act 1989
  • Official Receiver v Skeene & Bowers [2020] EWHC 1252 (Ch) on the collateral use in criminal proceedings of affidavits served in parallel civil proceedings

New video reviews of recent case law and legislation are uploaded five times a week at 5pm every Monday to Friday. For free and instant access to the first 32 videos from ‘The Top 50 Cases of 2020’ plus a complete set of ‘The Top 50 Cases of 2019’, visit the website at [CrimeCast.Law]

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