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Queen's evidence


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Evidence given on behalf of the prosecution by an accused person who has pleaded guilty and is thus no longer on trial in the proceedings and who then acts as a witness against his accomplices. Such evidence is generally considered less reliable than other evidence because the witness is likely to minimize his own role and exaggerate that of his accomplices.

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