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Criminal Law and Procedure

David Perry QC *

Barrister, 6KBW College Hill; Bencher of Lincoln's Inn. Leading counsel for the respondent in Re Peacock 2012 UKSC 5, 2012 1 WLR 550, for the respondent in R v Waya 2012 UKSC 51, 2013 1 AC 294, for the claimants in R (Bunnvale Ltd) v Central Criminal Court conjoined with R (Merida Oil Traders Ltd) v Central Criminal Court 2017 EWHC 747 (Admin), 2017 1 WLR 3680, and for the respondent in R (Gibson) v Secretary of State for Justice 2018 UKSC 2, 2018 1 WLR 629. The views expressed are those of the authors alone.

William Hays *

Barrister, 6KBW College Hill. Junior counsel for the respondent in Re Peacock 2012 UKSC 5, 2012 1 WLR 550, for the respondent in R v Waya 2012 UKSC 51, 2013 1 AC 294, for the respondent in R (Gibson) v Secretary of State for Justice 2018 UKSC 2, 2018 1 WLR 629, and for the respondent in R (AC) v DPP 2018 EWCA Civ 2092, 2019 1 WLR 917.

Criminal Law and Procedure

David Perry QC
William Hays

The UK Supreme Court Yearbook
Volume 9, Legal Year 2017-2018pp. 453-465.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.19152/ukscy.784
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