No5 Chambers barrister Dean Kershaw defends CCRC appeal case
No5 Chambers barrister Dean Kershaw has defended a recent Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) appeal case. Sajid Ali, 41, of Aston, had his conviction of rape quashed after three Court of Appeal judges heard that jurors were not told the alleged victim had made a previous false claim of indecent assault.
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