Criminal Procedure: Summary

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  • CRIMINAL PROCESS
    • Pre-Trial Procedures
      • Pre-Trial Hearing always at Magistrates'
      • Summary Offences
        • EAH
        • Guilty Plea
          • Magistrates' Sentencing
        • Not Guilt Plea
          • Magistrates' Summary Trial
      • Triable Either Way Offences
        • Plea Before Venue
          • Guilty  Plea
            • Magistrates Trial
            • Committal for Sentence
          • Not Guilty Plea
            • Mode of Trial
              • Summary Trial at Magistrates'
                • Committal for Sentence
              • Indictable Trial at Crown
      • Indictable Offences
        • EAH
        • Guilty Plea
          • Crown Sentencing
        • Not Guilty Plea
          • Trial at Crown
    • Bail
      • Police
        • S38 PACE
        • Refusal
          • Identity?
          • protection?
          • obstruction of justice?
      • Court
        • Bail Act 1976
          • Schedule 1 Para 9
        • Refusal
          • protection?
          • obstruction of justice?
          • fail to surrender
          • Commit another offence
        • What to consider?
          • nature of offence
          • Suspect past record
          • Community ties of the suspect
          • Strength of evidence
          • Schedule 1 Para 9
    • Juries
      • Eligibility
        • Aged 18-70
        • On electoral register
        • Resident of the UK for at least 5 years from age 13
      • Qualification
        • Disqualifications
        • Deferrals
        • Excusal
      • Selction
        • Central Juror Summoning Bureau
        • Vetting
        • Challenging
      • Role
        • Criminal Cases
          • Guilty/Not Guilty
        • Civil Cases
          • Compensation?
        • Coroners Court
          • Identity of deceased?
          • Circumstances of death?
    • CPS
      • History
        • Justice Report 1970
        • Phillips Royal Commission 1978
        • Prosecution of Offences Act 1985
      • Code of Practice
        • s10 Prosecution of Offences Act 1985
        • Evidential Test
        • Public Interest Test
        • Threshold Test
      • Reforms
        • Narey Review 1997
        • Glidewell Report 1998
        • MacPherson Report 1999
        • Auld Review 2001
    • Appeal Process
      • Magistrates' Court
        • against conviction/sentence
        • Appeal by Case stated
          • High Court
            • Appeal when it is of general public importance
              • Supreme Court
          • Defence against conviction
          • Prosecution against acquittal
      • Crown Court
        • against conviction/sentence
        • Against conviction/sentence
        • Legal points of general public importance
          • Supreme Court
      • Court of Appeal
        • Against conviction/sentence
        • public importance
        • High Court
          • Appeal when it is of general public importance
          • References to ECJ

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