DPP v BCR [2010] VSCA 229 (9 September 2010)

http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/cases/vic/VSCA/2010/229.html

CRIMINAL LAW – Interlocutory Appeal – Multiple counts of sexual offences against 14 complainants – Admissibility of tendency and coincidence evidence – Leave to appeal – Criminal Procedure Act 2009, s 297(1) – Challenge to correctness of previous decisions relied upon by judge and judge’s application of principles contained in previous decisions – Severance of counts not yet determined – Possibility of further tendency and coincidence notices – Stay applications pending – Interests of justice – Leave to appeal refused.