R v Reynolds (Nicholas) [2020] 4 WLR 16

“The case was concerned with an appeal against conviction based on a supposed lack of balance in the trial judge’s summing up of the facts. The court emphasised the imperative need for counsel not simply to sit on their hands and take their chances in the Court of Appeal, but to raise with the trial judge any issues they have with his or her summing up. And the court also made some general observations about the nature and purpose of the summing up on the facts …”

ADDED Monday 19th April 2021