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Criminal Litigation 2020-2021

Criminal Litigation 2020-2021 (16th edn)

Martin Hannibal and Lisa Mountford
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  • Martin HannibalMartin HannibalBarrister (non-practising)
  •  and Lisa MountfordLisa MountfordSolicitor and lecturer, Keele University

Abstract

This chapter explains the practice and procedure involved in appealing against a decision of the magistrates’ court or the Crown Court. The discussions include the reopening of a case; appeal to the Crown Court; appeal by way of case stated; judicial review; appeal against sentence from the Crown Court; appeal to the Supreme Court; the Criminal Cases Review Commission; and whether the prosecution enjoys a right to appeal.

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