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31 Bail review on prosecutor’s application.S

(1)On an application by the prosecutor at any time after a court has granted bail to a person the court may, where the prosecutor puts before the court material information which was not available to it when it granted bail to that person, review its decision.

(2)On receipt of an application under subsection (1) above the court shall—

(a)intimate the application to the person granted bail;

(b)fix a diet for hearing the application and cite that person to attend the diet; and

(c)where it considers that the interests of justice so require, grant warrant to arrest that person.

[F1(2ZA)Despite subsection (2)(b), the court may grant the application without fixing a hearing if the person granted bail consents.]

[F2(2A)Subsection (2B) below applies to an application under subsection (1) above where the person granted bail—

(a)was convicted on indictment; and

(b)was granted bail pending the determination of—

(i)his appeal;

(ii)any relevant appeal by the Lord Advocate under section 108 or 108A of this Act; or

(iii)the sentence to be imposed on, or other method of dealing with, him.

(2B)Where this subsection applies, the application shall be heard not more than 7 days after the day on which it is made.]

(3)On F3... an application under subsection (1) above the court may—

(a)withdraw the grant of bail and remand the person in question in custody; or

(b)grant bail, or continue the grant of bail, either on the same or on different conditions.

[F4(3A)In relation to an accused admitted to bail under section 65(8C) of this Act—

(a)an application may be made under subsection (1) above only in relation to the conditions imposed on bail; and

(b)paragraph (a) of subsection (3) above shall not apply in relation to any such application.]

(4)Nothing in the foregoing provisions of this section shall affect any right of appeal against the decision of a court in relation to bail.

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