High court APPEAL

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Appeals to the High Court (this is once the case has previously been to the magistrates’ court after a summary trial)


The prosecution or defence may appeal to the Divisional Court of the High Court (Queens Bench Division Q.B.D.) either directly against the decision of the Magistrates’ court or as a result of any appeal in the Crown Court; this is because of s.111 of the Magistrates’ Courts Act 1980. Appeals to the High Court Can only be brought to


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