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A v Secretary of State for Home Affairs (No. 2) [2005]

This case ruled that third party torture evidence would be excluded by the courts if on the balance of probabilities it has been attained through torture. However, if the police suspected that evidence they had attained was done so by torture, the court would not need to compel its exclusion.

Posted in Public Law Revision Notes.

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