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Example of a summary offence
Driving offences
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Where would a summary offence be heard?
Magistrates Court
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Example of an indictable offence
Murder, ****, manslaughter ect.
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Where would an indictable offence first be heard?
Magistrates Court, then sent to Crown Court
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Example of an either-way offence
Theft.
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An appeal against a conviction in magistrates court would be sent to..
Crown Court
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An appeal against a conviction in crown court is sent to..
The Appeal Court
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Where would a summary offence be heard?

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Magistrates Court

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Example of an indictable offence

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Where would an indictable offence first be heard?

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Example of an either-way offence

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