Answer to Question #224525 in British Law for mano

Question #224525

Having considered the defendant’s case would you acquit or convict him? Give reasons for your answer and your interpretation of the Act.


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2021-08-16T09:20:02-0400

At the close of the evidence in support of the charge, the court shall consider whether or not a sufficient case is made out against the accused to require him to make a defence, and if the court considers that such a case is not made out, the charge shall be dismissed and the accused forthwith acquitted and discharged.


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