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Should I still go down the PACE route?
post Sat, 28 Apr 2007 - 01:08
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I am trying to find out if the PACE route is still the current recommended responce to a NIP from an English Police force (Lincolnshire in this case)?

If anyone is interested the NIP is on page 1, on page 2 there are FAQ's, page 3 is for "Aceptance of Conditional Offer" & page four is "Statement of Responce".

I have not had time to scan all current threads so if this has been answered recently in another post can someone give me the link.

The last post I remember seeing relating to PACE was dated 2006; so I was wondering if a decision had been made in the European courts about use of this defense?
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post Sat, 28 Apr 2007 - 06:40
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Read the 'READ THIS FIRST' sticky, and complete and paste the NIP wizards output, PACE ws will normally be suggested, but bear in mind its far from being a magic bullet as the ECtHR has yet to issue its 'ruling', this will then likelu establish case law when its applied to the Burgess-James appeal to the RCJ.

I would love to read the pages if I had the first idea of where to find them!


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