R (on the application of John-Baptiste) v Director of Public Prosecutions

Prosecution – Director of Public Prosecutions. The defendant Director of Public Prosecution's decision not to prosecute S for manslaughter for the death of the deceased on the basis that the evidential sufficiency test in the Code for Crown Prosecutors was not met had not been wrong in law. Accordingly, the Divisional Court dismissed the claimant mother of the deceased's application for judicial review of the decision not to prosecute.

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