7In section 94 (transcripts of record and documentary productions), after subsection (2A) insert—S
“(2AA)Subsection (2A) applies to a person mentioned in subsection (2AB) as it applies to a person convicted at the trial, with the modification that the reference to the transcript in subsection (2A) is to be construed as a reference to the transcript of the record made of proceedings at the trial resulting in the acquittal mentioned in subsection (2AB)(b).
(2AB)The person mentioned in subsection (2AA) is a person who—
(a)is convicted of the offence mentioned in subsection (1) of section 11 of the Double Jeopardy (Scotland) Act 2011 (asp 16));
(b)is subsequently acquitted of an offence mentioned in subsection (2) of that section; and
(c)desires to appeal, under subsection (7) of that section, against the conviction of the offence mentioned in paragraph (a).”.
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