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What training is given to a Magistrate?
Mentors- observe and offer feedback on performance. Allows Magistrates to keep up to date
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What is a summary offence, ad which court deals with them?
Minor offence, Magistrates Court
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What is a indictable offence, ad which court deals with them?
Serious offence, Crown Court
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What is a tribal- either way offence and which court deals with them?
Based on severity, can be dealt with by either Magistrates or Crown Court
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Give ONE example of a summary offence
Driving without insurance.
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Give TWO examples of a indictable offence
Murder, manslaughter
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Give THREE examples of tribal-either way offnces.
Assalt occasioning bodily harm, theft, harm
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What does PACE84 stand for?
Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984
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What must a police officer have to be able to stop and search a person or a vehicle in a public place?
Resonable suspicion
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Section 2 of PACE84 states a police officer must provide what THREE things, before conducting a stop and search?
Name, police station they work for and reson for the search
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What is a summary offence, ad which court deals with them?

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Minor offence, Magistrates Court

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What is a indictable offence, ad which court deals with them?

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What is a tribal- either way offence and which court deals with them?

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Give ONE example of a summary offence

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