SBS Trial Collapses
What concerns me about this trial is that tenuous medical evidence which is insufficient to convict was allowed to get to the stage of charging and prosecution.
I suggested to the previous Attorney General that they needed some people in the CPS with scientific training to check the expert evidence.
This as usual raises the question as to how much money has been made by the experts giving evidence. We really do need to be careful about having a system that rewards experts for the answer "guilty", but not the answer "innocent".