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The Criminal Appeal (Trial without jury where danger of jury tampering and Trial by jury of sample counts only) Rules (Northern Ireland) 2006

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5.—(1) A person in custody is not entitled to be present in person at the hearing of an appeal or application for leave to appeal, unless the Court so directs.

(2) A person in custody will be entitled to participate in such a hearing, without a direction of the Court, by live television link.

(3) In directing whether a person in custody shall be present in person under paragraph (1) the Court shall take into account—

(a)any representations made to it by the parties to the proceedings;

(b)the availability and reliability of live television link facilities; and

(c)any practical difficulties with the physical attendance of the person.

(4) In this rule, “live television link” means an arrangement whereby a person, while absent from the courtroom, is able to see and hear the Court and to be seen and heard by it.

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