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2. What are offences triable either way and where are they tried?

  • The middle range of offences; only Crown Court
  • The middle range of offences; both Magistrates' and Crown Court
  • The middle range of offences; only Magistrates' Court
  • The most serious offences; both Magistrates' and Crown Court'

3. What Act are the main bail rules set out in?

  • Bail Act 1992
  • Bail Act 1917
  • Bail Act 1976
  • Bail Act 1943

4. What are the units in key police stations where CPS staff work called?

  • Criminal Prosecution Units
  • Criminal Advisory Units
  • Criminal Justice Units
  • Legal Advisory Units

5. What happens when police are not willing to bail a suspect?

  • The suspect is taken to Crown Court ASAP
  • The CPS are left to make the decision
  • The suspect is taken to Magistrates' Court ASAP
  • The suspect is remanded in custody indefinitely

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