||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 220 (Feb)
||Court of Appeal, Civil Division
Lord Phillips MR, Brooke and Laws LJJ
||Leslie Thomas (instructed by Irwin Mitchell, Sheffield) for the claimant.
||Avtar Khangure (instructed by Sharpe Pritchard as agent for John Kilbey) for the defendant.
||17 February 2003
Practice and procedure - County court - Trial - Trial by jury - Malicious prosecution - Possibility that judge might have put pressure on jury to reach majority verdict.
Where a jury trying a civil case had asked the judge for more time to consider their verdict after it appeared that they had been deadlocked, there was no room for a reasonable apprehension that improper pressure had been brought to bear on the jury to reach a verdict.
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