Criminal Courts: Magistrates' Court - Pre trial

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1. 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
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2. Which of these is an example of a summary offence?

  • Theft
  • Taking a vehicle without consent
  • Murder
  • Aggravated robbery

3. What are indictable offences?

  • Lowest level of offences; can only be tried in Magistrates' Court
  • Medium level of offences; can only be tried in Crown Court
  • Highest level of offences; can only be tried in Crown Court
  • Highest level of offences; can only be tried in Magistrates' Court

4. Which of these are examples of conditions that can be imposed on bail?

  • Living with a police officer
  • Reporting to police station at set times
  • Leaving the country
  • Only being allowed out at night

5. What is a summary offence and where is it tried?

  • The least serious type of offence; can only be tried in Magistrates' Court
  • The most serious type of offence; can only be tried in Magistrates' Court
  • The least serious type of offence; can only be tried in Crown Court
  • The least serious type of offence; can be tried in either Magistrates' or Crown Court

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