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Statements In Documents That Appear To Havebeen Prepared For Purposes Of Criminalproceedings Or Investigations

Volume 113: debated on Tuesday 31 March 1987

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Amendments made: No. 98, in page 13, line 7, after `statement', insert

'which is admissible in criminal proceedings by virtue of section 13 or 14 above'.

No. 99, in page 13, line 7, at end insert 'the court to'

No. 124, in page 13, line 8, leave out 'or 19' and insert ',19 or 20'.

No. 100, in page 13, line 15, leave our from 'justice' to second 'to' in line 16 and insert

'and in considering whether its admission would be in the interests of justice, the court shall have regard to all the circumstances and in particular?—

(i).'

No. 101, in page 13, line 18, leave out from 'likelihood' to 'if' in line 19 and insert

'of unfairness to the accused or, if there is more than one, any of them, resulting from its admission'.

No. 102, in page 13, line 20, at end insert 'or from its exclusion'.— [Mr. Douglas Hogg.]