Criminal Appeal Structure: Magistrates' Court Trial

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  • Court for Initial Trial
    • First Appeal Court
      • High Court (Queen's Bench Division, Divisional Court)
      • Crown Court (Against conviction or sentence)
      • Final Appeals
        • From High Court OBD Divisional Court to Court Appeal (Criminal Division) and then to Supreme Court (if no leapfrog procedure available)
        • From Crown Court to Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) and then to Supreme Court

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