Admissibility SPEED part 76
1. The authorities and Criminal proof Act 1984, s.76, provides that a confession that is disputed be properly used in proof against an accused person unless the prosecution demonstrates beyond reasonable question it was maybe maybe not acquired:
- “by oppression of the individual who caused it to be; or
- in result of any such thing said or done which had been likely, within the circumstances current during the time, to make unreliable any confession that will be produced by him in consequence thereof”.