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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Public Interest Immunity: Al Megrahi v HM Advocate
Author(s): Davidson, Fraser
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Keywords: Evidence
Public Interest Immunity
Issue Date: Sep-2008
Citation: Davidson F (2008) Public Interest Immunity: Al Megrahi v HM Advocate, Edinburgh Law Review, 12 (3), pp. 472-476.
Abstract: The Lockerbie case has already contributed significantly to the jurisprudence of the law of evidence. Al Megrahi v HM Advocate continues in that vein, shedding some light on how the law relating to public interest immunity now operates following devolution.
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Rights: Published in Edinburgh Law Review. Copyright: Edinburgh University Press.

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