Criminal appeal structure: Magistrates court trial and crown court trial

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Criminal appeal structure: Magistrates court

  

 

Court for initial trial Magistrates court First appeal court High court (Queens bench division) (By way of the case stated on point of law) Crown court (Against conviction or sentence) Final appeals From high court to court of appeal (criminal division and then to House of Lords if no leapfrog procedure available) From crown court to court of appeal (criminal division) and then to the House of

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Jade Newband

this loos so different to what it was before i saved it :(

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