Criminal Law News 105:02-28 (2017)

Sally Serena Ramage
University of Wolverhampton
Expert2 evidence is admissible only if it provides the court with scientific information likely to be outside the experience and knowledge of a judge or jury. In other words, expert evidence will be restricted to that which in the opinion of the court is necessary to assist the court to resolve the proceedings.3 This particular case must be urgently considered by the Criminal Appeals Review Commission as it becomes apparent that the court of appeal decision is flawed, not surprising when one considers the mountain of miscarriages of justice in the United Kingdom criminal justice system.
Keywords Thomas Szasz  psychosis  behaviour  T20127444  Manchester United Kingdom
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