Graham, Chief Constable Fife Constabulary - proposed new ground of appeal should not be allowed, having already been ruled as being without merit

When deciding whether to allow a new ground of appeal, an appeal tribunal must - of its own volition - consider whether it is in the interests of justice to do so: this includes an assessment of the merits of the new ground, to the extent of establishing whether it raises an arguable point of law.  

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