Hamilton v Post Office Ltd [2021] EWCA Crim 21

"The case was concerned with a raft of appeals in prosecutions brought by the Post Office against against sub-postmasters and post-mistresses on charges of false accounting, theft and fraud. It prompted the Court of Appeal to consider the circumstances in which an appellant will be allowed to argue a particular ground of appeal against conviction even though the court has already decided that the appeal must be allowed and the conviction quashed on other grounds..."

ADDED Tuesday 6th April 2021