11 May 2010
Venue: Mason Lecture Theatre, Francis Bancroft building. Followed by reception in Queen's Foyer, Mile End campus, London E1 4NS
Professor David Ormerod's Inaugural Lecture: "Call my accuser before my face and I have done." Absent and anonymous witnesses in the criminal trial
David Ormerod, Professor of Criminal Justice
The lecture examines recent developments in relation to the admissibility in the criminal trial of evidence from absent and/or anonymous witnesses. It questions whether convictions secured in such trials can be fair.
David Ormerod is Professor of Criminal Justice at Queen Mary, University of London. He is a Barrister, a Bencher of Middle Temple and a member of the Criminal Justice Council. His recent publications include Smith and Hogan, Criminal Law (12th ed). He is a General Editor of Blackstone’s Criminal Practice; and The Criminal Law Review Cases Editor. He writes and lectures regularly for the Judicial Studies Board and the legal profession.
This lecture is accredited with 1 CPD point by the Bar Standards Board.
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