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Evidence

Evidence (6th edn)

Andrew L-T Choo
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date: 19 May 2024

p. 1587. Investigatory Impropriety

Violations of the European Convention on Human Rights and Undercover Police Operationslocked

p. 1587. Investigatory Impropriety

Violations of the European Convention on Human Rights and Undercover Police Operationslocked

  • Andrew L-T ChooAndrew L-T ChooProfessor of Law, City, University of London, Barrister, Matrix Chambers, London

Abstract

Chapter 7 examines two further examples of the interplay between the principles of evidence and pre-trial practices and procedures. The first part looks into the evidential consequences of pre-trial violations of the European Convention on Human Rights. The second part considers the implications of the use of undercover police operations.

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