Investigatory powers: obtaining evidence under the Norwich Pharmacal Jurisdiction
Published 02 January 2012 By: Jon Walters
The depressing case of the criminal convictions of Mohammad Amir, Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif for spot-fixing during Pakistan’s 2010 test series against England was a sobering reminder that corruption is a live problem in sport.
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