Menni v HM Advocate

Criminal evidence – Sufficiency of evidence. High Court of Justiciary: In an appeal by an appellant who was found guilty of a sub-head of a charge of conspiracy (which was found not proven) relating to the transfer of money for the purposes of terrorism the court rejected two grounds of appeal, one directed at the sufficiency of the evidence relating to the sub-head as a stand-alone charge and whether the trial judge misdirected the jury in that respect, and the other directed at the appropriateness/adequacy of the manner in which the trial judge and the Crown dealt with the evidence of the appellant's brother.

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