References:  EWCOP 21
Coram: Charles J
Ratio A patient had earlier been given protection by the anomisation of her case. She had since died, and the court considered whether the order should be continued to protect members of the family.
Held: The Court of Protection had jursidction to make such an order and the reporting restrictions were to be continued until after the inquest.
This case cites:
- Cited – In re S (a Child) (Identification: Restrictions on Publication) HL (House of Lords,  UKHL 47, Bailii, Times 29-Oct-04,  1 FLR 591,  1 AC 593, 17 BHRC 646,  4 All ER 683,  Crim LR 310,  3 FCR 407,  HRLR 5,  3 WLR 1129,  EMLR 11,  UKHRR 129,  EMLR 2)
The claimant child’s mother was to be tried for the murder of his brother by poisoning with salt. It was feared that the publicity which would normally attend a trial, would be damaging to S, and an application was made for reporting restrictions to . .
- See Also – Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust v C and Another CoP (Bailii,  EWCOP 80)
Application as to an adult’s refusal of medical treatment for anonymisation of the report. . .
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Last Update: 26-Apr-16