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Appeal against conviction for psychiatric actual bodily harm
R v Clarence Barrington Morris (1997)
Court: CA (Potter LJ, Ebsworth J, Forbes J) 22/10/97
Appearances: Mr Kogan for the appellant.
Summary: Appeal against conviction and sentence for actual bodily harm caused by stalking. Whether conviction was safe when harm was psychiatric and judge did not allow adjournment to enable prosecution to adduce psychiatric evidence in support.