The case of Regina v. W.D. illustrates how legal presumptions can be wrongly applied and constitutional safeguards rendered meaningless. There are convicts who are in jail because they have pleaded guilty, like W.D. did. It is the incorrect application of the law that labeled W.D. a young offender and may yet label him a criminal. This boy was considered a thief who disobeyed court orders.
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