Back at Crown Court

We had to go back to Crown Court to get a judge to force prosection to release documents which they held and were claiming where not files they were using in their case. However, our barrister wanted sight of these so she could assess the significance of the detail.

The hearing was short and a different barrister from the same practice (as our barrister was on a different trial) took control to get the judge to force prosection to release what our barrister wanted.

Whilst the hearing was short and Harry didn't need to say anything, the effect of sitting in Crown Court for most of the morning waiting for his name to be called and having to go back in the glass cage with a court guard, had a huge effect on both of us. It knocked us back, dropped our moral again and reminded us of the horrendous roller coaster ride we were on. We came back home in complete silence.

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