Episode 3 of 4
Clive Coleman tells the stories of cases that shaped our lives but which are little known outside the legal world.
The case of Reginald Woolmington, a young farm labourer who shot his wife dead with a sawn-off gun in 1934. But had he intended to kill, and thus was it murder? The case against him seemed strong, but Woolmington's legal battle eventually reinforced the presumption of innocence for all defendants.
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