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Question(s)S 78 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 requires ‘new and compelling evidence’ asone of the conditions to be satisfied for the Court of Appeal to order a re-trial of adefendant who has been acquitted.Evaluate whether the Court of Appeal has achieved the right balance in itsinterpretation of the requirement with regard to the legal principle of doublejeopardy. Choose two cases to illustrate your answer.You may consult the following sources:Ian Dennis, ‘Quashing Acquittals: Applying the “New and Compelling Evidence” Exceptionto Double Jeopardy’ (2014) 4 Criminal Law Review 247R v A[2008] EWCA Crim 2908Submission Date:Wednesday 21 November 2018 at 10 am.Please submit through FASER.Format:The essay should be type-written in Times New Roman 12 point. It should be doublespaced with a one inch (2.5 cm) margin around the whole page.Length:Your essay must not exceed 500 words.The word limit excludes the bibliography and the footnotes. Footnotes may only contain

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Writing, Short story, Word processor, Acquittal, Criminal Justice Act 2003

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