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The Criminal Appeal (Serious Crime Prevention Orders) Rules (Northern Ireland) 2009

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Notice of appeal or application for leave to appeal

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3.—(1) A notice of appeal (where the trial judge has granted leave) or of an application for leave to appeal to the Court shall be given by completing Form 1 and serving it on—

(a)the Master;

(b)the chief clerk; and, as appropriate

(c)the person who is the subject of a serious crime prevention order;

(d)the Director of Public Prosecutions for Northern Ireland; and

(e)any person who was given an opportunity to make representations in the proceedings which are the subject of the appeal.

(2) A notice of appeal or of an application for leave to appeal under paragraph (1) shall be served within 28 days from the date of the decision of the Crown Court which is the subject of the appeal.

(3) The Court may, on application of the appellant, extend the time within which notice of appeal or of an application for leave to appeal shall be given either before or after that period expires.

(4) The notice of appeal or application for leave to appeal shall be accompanied by any documents necessary for the proper determination of the appeal or application for leave to appeal including—

(a)a transcript of the decision which is the subject of the appeal; and

(b)any skeleton arguments or submissions provided to the trial judge by the parties in respect of the decision which is the subject of the appeal.

(5) In the case of a person who is granted leave to appeal, a notice of application for leave to appeal shall be treated as notice of appeal.

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