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Right to Silence Prior to Trial

This is an essay question which looks at the defendant's right to silence prior to trial and when adverse inferences may be made. This work explored the history of the right to silence and whether the decision in R v Howell was sensible and principled. This essay achieved a 2:1. Disclaimer: There are some minor errors in this work, however, it is a solid piece of work which will help you to understand the topic.

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