||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 92 (Oct)
Brooke LJ and Sullivan J
||Philip Plowden (instructed by Ben Hoare Bell) for the defendant.
||Anthony Hudson (instructed by Farrer & Co) for the second respondent.
||6 October 2003
Young persons - Criminal proceedings against children - Reporting restrictions - Youth court - Defendant reaching majority during proceedings - Non-applicability of reporting restrictions - s 49.
A defendant in the youth court ceased to benefit from the reporting restrictions contained in s49 of the Children and Young Person Act 1993 as soon as he attained the age of 18.
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