An Important Development in EncroChat Cases

On an application made by Sebastian Gardiner, instructed by Frank Carson Sharon Toor of Metro Law,  Croydon Crown Court has fixed a section 29 CPIA (Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996) preparatory hearing to consider the admissibility of the intercept evidence, for 6th November. This follows disclosure by the Crown of the core material they rely upon to justify admissibility. As far as we are aware this is the first case in which a court on the South Eastern circuit will hold a preparatory hearing re EncroChat evidence, alongside those already fixed in Liverpool and Manchester Crown Courts.


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