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PostSubject: JOHN HEMPHILL   Thu Sep 04, 2008 4:26 pm

http://www.scotcourts.gov.uk/opinions/82_67.html


APPEAL COURT, HIGH COURT OF JUSTICIARY

Lord Cameron of Lochbroom

Lord Milligan

Lord McCluskey

Appeal No: 82/67

OPINION OF THE COURT

delivered by LORD CAMERON OF LOCHBROOM

in

NOTE OF APPEAL AGAINST CONVICTION

by

JOHN HEMPHILL

Appellant;

against

HER MAJESTY'S ADVOCATE

Respondent:

_______





Appellant: M. Scott, McLaughlin; Livinstone Brown

Respondent: Gilchrist, A.D.; Crown Agent

27 April 2001

[1] The appellant was found guilty in the High Court at Glasgow on 24 August 1995 of the murder by shooting of Sarah Jane Cannon at her house at 33 Kelburn Terrace, Port Glasgow. Special defences of alibi and incrimination were lodged on behalf of the appellant. Evidence in support of the special defence of alibi, but not of incrimination, was led. At a hearing of the appeal on 23 May 1996 the appellant was appointed to lodge additional grounds of appeal together with supporting affidavits. Following further procedure additional grounds of appeal were lodged. But in August 1999 substitute grounds of appeal were lodged and it is by reference to these that the appeal proceeded before this court.

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