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R v Hudson and Taylor (1971)
R v Hudson and Taylor (1971)

There were two girls aged 17 and 19 who were the defendants. These two girls had committed perjury. They were giving evidence against F who was sitting in the court. The claim that F had threatened to 'cut them up'. The Judge claimed that they could not be under duress as there was no immediate threat and that no threats could have been carried out there and then. The Court of Appeal threw their convictions out.

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