Carroll v HM Advocate

Criminal evidence and procedure – Sufficiency of evidence – Unreasonable verdict –Misdirection. High Court of Justiciary: Refusing an appeal against conviction by an appellant who was convicted of two charges of being concerned in the supplying of Class B drugs, namely pentylone and mephedrone, the court rejected all nine of the grounds of appeal, which alleged that there was insufficient evidence in relation to each charge, the verdicts on both charges were unreasonable and that the sheriff had misdirected jury in relation to a number of matters.

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