Comments

Digital copy of Exhibit TLC14: E-mail correspondence between Stephen Baker, Attorney General Timothy Le Cocq, John Edmonds, on the subject of Opinion [on a visitor to Haut de la Garenne during 1960s accused of sexually abusing a male resident]. Encloses Opinion re [the visitor] and re the effect of A v AG [Attorney General] [2012] JCA 104 by Baker and Partners. [Some details redacted]. Used in relation to Timothy Le Cocq's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 25 January 2016, see C/D/AW4/B2/29/WS000702.

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Reference

C/D/AW4/A5/32/WD009064/14

Date

May 24th 2013 - May 24th 2013

Scope and Content

Provides details relating to Opinion re [the visitor] and re the effect of A v AG [Attorney General] [2012] JCA 104. Provides details of the brief, the Exclusionary Rule and its exceptions, application of the Rule to items found in the possession of accused person, two further matters, evidence of homosexuality, classification of the defence, the present position in Jersey, reasons for the 2009 [visitor] opinion, the suspect's interest in boys, A v AG [Attorney General], conclusion, and an incidental note on corroboration. [For a copy of this E-mail correspondence and enclosed Opinion, see C/D/AW4/A5/31/WD008653].

Names

Baker and Partners
Children's Services
Court of Appeal
The Times
Haut de la Garenne
Royal Court
Law Officers' Department
States of Jersey Police
Baker, Stephen
Edmonds, John
Le Cocq, Timothy

Keywords

Attorneys General | allegations | abuse | childcare | Children | child abuse | children's homes | Correspondence | E-mail | exhibits | evidence | employees | IJCI | juries | legal advice | Police | prosecutions | residents | sexual abuse | suspects | visits | websites | witnesses

Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

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Closed until

2100

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