Point of law

15th September 2000 at 01:00
I WOULD like to point out that the original court that convicted Marjorie Evans was that of a stipendiary magistrate, sitting alone as judge and jury. The appeal cout which overturned the conviction consisted of a judge and two lay magistrates.

Mike Brayshaw

58 Upper Brighton Road

Worthing, East Sussex

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