||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 341 (Feb)
Latham LJ and Astill J
||Hugh Southey (instructed by Peter Kandler & Co) for N.
||Claudia Lorenzo (instructed by the Crown Prosecution Service, Cooperage) for the prosecution.
||27 February 2001
Magistrates - Committal for sentence - Offence triable summarily or on indictment ||Hearing determining factual basis for sentencing - Justices ruling not satisfied with either prosecution's or defendant's version of events and committing - Whether justices in error.
Justices had erred by not accepting a defendant's version of events in a hearing to determine the factual basis for sentencing because, on the evidence, the justices had found that the prosecution had failed to discharge the burden of proving its version of events to the criminal standard.
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