Attorney General of Hong Kong v Wai-bun

JurisdictionUK Non-devolved
Judgment Date29 March 1993
Date29 March 1993
CourtPrivy Council
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    ...the beginning; of this judgment. Bearing in mind the advice of the Privy Council in Attorney-General of Hong Kong v. Cheung Wai-bun [1993] 2 All E.R. 510 at 515, that an application for a stay of prosecution on the ground of alleged infringement of an accused person's constitutional rights ......
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