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Helpful Court of Appeal judgment on criminal appeals by trafficking victims with old convictions
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Helpful Court of Appeal judgment on criminal appeals by trafficking victims with old convictions

In R v GS [2018] EWCA Crim 1824 the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) has ruled that victims of trafficking should be allowed to rely on changes to the law and new evidence about their trafficking history when seeking to ...

Alex is a pupil barrister at Garden Court Chambers and teaches Public Law at the London School of Economics.

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