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3(1)In section 28 of the M1Criminal Law Act 1826 (which enables assize courts and, as extended by section 8 of the M2Criminal Justice Administration Act 1851, courts of quarter sessions to award compensation to those active in apprehending persons charged with murder and certain other offences)—E+W+S+N.I.
(a)for the words “superior criminal court of a county palatine or court of great sessions” there shall be substituted the words “or quarter sessions”, and accordingly there shall be omitted the words from “and where any person shall appear to any court of sessions of the peace” to “other courts hereinbefore mentioned”; and
(b)for the words from “murder” to “been stolen” there shall be substituted the words “an arrestable offence” and for the words “any of the said offences” there shall be substituted the words “that offence”.
(2)In section 30 of the M3Criminal Law Act 1826 (which enables compensation to be awarded to the family of anyone killed in trying to apprehend a person charged with an offence mentioned in section 28) for the words “any of the offences hereinbefore last mentioned” there shall be substituted the words “an arrestable offence”.
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