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30th June, 2020

ZXC v Bloomberg - right to anonymity for suspects of criminal investigations - Adam White

The expectation of privacy for suspects in criminal investigations: an overview of the decision in ZXC v Bloomberg

Adam White, our current criminal pupil, analyses the recent authority of ZXC v Bloomberg and the issue of whether the suspects of criminal investigations should be subject to anonymity.

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