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Criminal Court of Appeal ignores immigration judge’s trafficking determination

Criminal Court of Appeal ignores immigration judge’s trafficking determination

In BTT v R [2021] EWCA Crim 4 the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) required a man appealing a conviction for growing cannabis to give oral evidence about his account of human trafficking. It then relied on this evidence to ...

Alexander Schymyck

Alex teaches Public Law at the London School of Economics and is due to start pupillage at Garden Court Chambers in April 2021

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