R v Knaggs and others

Criminal evidence – Disclosure and admissibility of evidence. There had been no failure of disclosure of communication evidence between alleged conspirators in the defendants' trials for conspiracy to import cocaine. The Court of Appeal, Criminal Division, in dismissing their appeals, further held that that the trial judge had been entitled to admit the communication evidence and, even if the evidence was excluded, the remainder of the case against the defendants had been overwhelming.

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