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Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Act 2004

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  1. Introductory TextNext Match

  2. Part 1 Domestic violence etcPrevious MatchNext Match

    1. Amendments to Part 4 of the Family Law Act 1996Previous MatchNext Match

      1. 1.Breach of non-molestation order to be a criminal offencePrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 2.Additional considerations if parties are cohabitants or former cohabitantsPrevious MatchNext Match

      3. 3.“Cohabitants” in Part 4 of 1996 Act to include same-sex couplesPrevious MatchNext Match

      4. 4.Extension of Part 4 of 1996 Act to non-cohabiting couplesPrevious MatchNext Match

    2. Causing or allowing the death of a child or vulnerable adultPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 5.The offencePrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 6.Evidence and procedure: England and WalesPrevious MatchNext Match

      3. 7.Evidence and procedure: Northern Ireland

      4. 8.Evidence and procedure: courts-martialPrevious MatchNext Match

    3. Domestic homicide reviewsPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 9.Establishment and conduct of reviewsPrevious MatchNext Match

  3. Part 2 Criminal JusticePrevious MatchNext Match

    1. Assault, harassment etcPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 10.Common assault to be an arrestable offencePrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 11.Common assault etc as alternative verdictPrevious MatchNext Match

      3. 12.Restraining orders: England and WalesPrevious MatchNext Match

      4. 13.Restraining orders: Northern Ireland

    2. SurchargesPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 14.Surcharge payable on convictionPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 15.Increase in maximum on-the-spot penalty for disorderly behaviourPrevious MatchNext Match

      3. 16.Higher fixed penalty for repeated road traffic offencesPrevious MatchNext Match

    3. Trial by jury of sample counts onlyPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 17.Application by prosecution for certain counts to be tried without a juryPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 18.Procedure for applications under section 17Previous MatchNext Match

      3. 19.Effect of order under section 17(2)Previous MatchNext Match

      4. 20.Rules of courtPrevious MatchNext Match

      5. 21.Application of sections 17 to 20 to Northern IrelandPrevious MatchNext Match

    4. Unfitness to plead and insanityPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 22.Procedure for determining fitness to plead: England and WalesPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 23.Procedure for determining fitness to be tried: Northern Ireland

      3. 24.Powers of court on finding of insanity or unfitness to plead etcPrevious MatchNext Match

      4. 25.Appeal against order made on finding of insanity or unfitness to plead etcPrevious MatchNext Match

      5. 26.Courts-martial etcPrevious MatchNext Match

    5. MiscellaneousPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 27.Powers of authorised officers executing warrantsPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 28.Disclosure orders for purpose of executing warrantsPrevious MatchNext Match

      3. 29.Procedure on breach of community penalty etcPrevious MatchNext Match

      4. 30.Prosecution appealsPrevious MatchNext Match

      5. 31.Intermittent custodyPrevious MatchNext Match

  4. Part 3 Victims etcPrevious MatchNext Match

    1. Chapter 1 The victims' codePrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 32.Code of practice for victimsPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 33.ProcedurePrevious MatchNext Match

      3. 34.Effect of non-compliancePrevious MatchNext Match

    2. Chapter 2 Representations and informationPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. Imprisonment or detentionPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 35.Victims' rights to make representations and receive informationPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. Hospital ordersPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 36.Victims' rights: preliminaryPrevious MatchNext Match

        2. 37.RepresentationsPrevious MatchNext Match

        3. 38.InformationPrevious MatchNext Match

      3. Hospital directionsPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 39.Victims' rights: preliminaryPrevious MatchNext Match

        2. 40.RepresentationsPrevious MatchNext Match

        3. 41.InformationPrevious MatchNext Match

      4. Transfer directionsPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 42.Victims' rights: preliminaryPrevious MatchNext Match

        2. 43.RepresentationsPrevious MatchNext Match

        3. 44.InformationPrevious MatchNext Match

      5. InterpretationPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 45.Interpretation: sections 35 to 44Previous MatchNext Match

      6. Northern Ireland

        1. 46.Victims of mentally disordered persons

    3. Chapter 3 Other matters relating to victims etcPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. Parliamentary CommissionerPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 47.Investigations by Parliamentary CommissionerPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. Commissioner for Victims and WitnessesPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 48.Commissioner for Victims and WitnessesPrevious MatchNext Match

        2. 49.General functions of CommissionerPrevious MatchNext Match

        3. 50.AdvicePrevious MatchNext Match

        4. 51.Restrictions on exercise of functionsPrevious MatchNext Match

        5. 52.“Victims” and “witnesses”Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 53.Authorities within Commissioner’s remitPrevious MatchNext Match

      3. Disclosure of informationPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 54.Disclosure of informationPrevious MatchNext Match

      4. Victims' Advisory PanelPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 55.Victims' Advisory PanelPrevious MatchNext Match

      5. GrantsPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 56.Grants for assisting victims, witnesses etcPrevious MatchNext Match

      6. Criminal injuries compensationPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 57.Recovery of criminal injuries compensation from offendersPrevious MatchNext Match

  5. Part 4 SupplementaryPrevious MatchNext Match

    1. 58.Amendments and repealsPrevious MatchNext Match

    2. 59.Transitional and transitory provisionsPrevious MatchNext Match

    3. 60.CommencementPrevious MatchNext Match

    4. 61.OrdersPrevious MatchNext Match

    5. 62.ExtentPrevious MatchNext Match

    6. 63.Short titlePrevious MatchNext Match

  6. SCHEDULES

    1. SCHEDULE 1Previous MatchNext Match

      Modification of sections 17 to 20 for Northern IrelandPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 1.For section 18 substitute— Procedure for applications under section 17...Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 2.In section 19(3) after “enactment” insert “ (including any provision...Previous MatchNext Match

      3. 3.In section 19(4)(b) for the words from “section” to “etc)”...Previous MatchNext Match

      4. 4.In section 19(5) for “section 18(2) of the Criminal Appeal...Previous MatchNext Match

      5. 5.For section 19(7) substitute— (7) Nothing in this section or...Previous MatchNext Match

      6. 6.For section 20(2) substitute— (2) Without limiting subsection (1), rules...Previous MatchNext Match

      7. 7.In section 20(3)— (a) after “section” insert “ or section...Previous MatchNext Match

    2. SCHEDULE 2Previous MatchNext Match

      Supervision orders on finding of insanity or unfitness to plead etcPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. The following is the Schedule inserted before Schedule 2 to...

    3. SCHEDULE 3Previous MatchNext Match

      Unfitness to stand trial and insanity: courts-martial etcPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. Army Act 1955 (3 & 4 Eliz. 2 c. 18) and Air Force Act 1955 (3 & 4 Eliz. 2 c. 19)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 1.For section 116 of the Army Act 1955 and of...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 2.In section 225(1) of the Army Act 1955 and in...Previous MatchNext Match

      2. Naval Discipline Act 1957 (c. 53)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 3.For section 63 of the Naval Discipline Act 1957 (provisions...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 4.In the proviso to section 56(3) of that Act (court-martial...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 5.In section 135(1) of that Act (general provisions as to...Previous MatchNext Match

      3. Courts-Martial (Appeals) Act 1968 (c. 20)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 6.The Courts-Martial (Appeals) Act 1968 is amended as follows. Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 7.For section 16 substitute— Substitution of finding of insanity or...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 8.In section 21 (appeal against finding of not guilty by...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 9.In section 22 (consequences where appeal under section 21 allowed),...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 10.For section 23 substitute— Substitution of findings of unfitness to...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 11.(1) Section 24 (appeal against finding of unfitness to stand...Previous MatchNext Match

        7. 12.For section 25 substitute— Disposal of appeal under s. 24...Previous MatchNext Match

        8. 13.After that section insert— Appeal against order made in cases...Previous MatchNext Match

        9. 14.(1) Section 57 (interpretation) is amended as follows. Previous MatchNext Match

        10. 15.(1) Schedule 3 (modifications in relation to prisoners of war)...Previous MatchNext Match

    4. SCHEDULE 4Previous MatchNext Match

      Powers of authorised officers executing warrantsPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. The following is the Schedule inserted after Schedule 4 to...

    5. SCHEDULE 5Previous MatchNext Match

      Procedure on breach of community penalty etcPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. InterpretationPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 1.In this Schedule— “the Sentencing Act” means the Powers of...Previous MatchNext Match

      2. Detention and training ordersPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 2.(1) Section 104 of the Sentencing Act (breach of supervision...Previous MatchNext Match

      3. Suspended sentence supervision ordersPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 3.(1) Section 123 of the Sentencing Act (breach of requirement...Previous MatchNext Match

      4. Community orders under the Sentencing ActPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 4.(1) Schedule 3 to the Sentencing Act (breach, revocation and...Previous MatchNext Match

      5. Curfew orders and exclusion ordersPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 5.(1) Schedule 3 to the Sentencing Act (breach, revocation and...Previous MatchNext Match

      6. Attendance centre ordersPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 6.(1) Schedule 5 to the Sentencing Act (breach, revocation and...Previous MatchNext Match

      7. Community orders under the 2003 ActPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 7.(1) Schedule 8 to the 2003 Act (breach, revocation or...Previous MatchNext Match

      8. Suspended sentence orders under the 2003 ActPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 8.(1) Schedule 12 to the 2003 Act (breach or amendment...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 9.In Schedule 13 to the 2003 Act (transfer of suspended...Previous MatchNext Match

      9. Local justice areasPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 10.The power conferred by section 109(5)(b) of the Courts Act...Previous MatchNext Match

    6. SCHEDULE 6Previous MatchNext Match

      Intermittent custodyPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 1.The Criminal Justice Act 2003 (c. 44) is amended as...Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 2.In section 244 (duty to release prisoners), in subsection (3)—...Previous MatchNext Match

      3. 3.In section 246 (power to release prisoners on licence before...Previous MatchNext Match

      4. 4.In section 249 (duration of licence), at the end of...Previous MatchNext Match

      5. 5.In section 250 (licence conditions), in subsection (7), for “and...Previous MatchNext Match

      6. 6.In section 264 (consecutive terms), in subsection (1), after paragraph...Previous MatchNext Match

      7. 7.After that section insert— Consecutive terms: intermittent custody (1) This section applies where— (a) a person (“the offender”)...Previous MatchNext Match

    7. SCHEDULE 7Previous MatchNext Match

      Investigations by Parliamentary CommissionerPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 1.The Parliamentary Commissioner Act 1967 (c. 13) is amended as...Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 2.(1) Section 5 (matters subject to investigation) is amended as...Previous MatchNext Match

      3. 3.(1) Section 7 (procedure in respect of investigations) is amended...Previous MatchNext Match

      4. 4.(1) Section 8 (evidence) is amended as follows. Previous MatchNext Match

      5. 5.(1) Section 10 (reports by Commissioner) is amended as follows....Previous MatchNext Match

      6. 6.In section 12(1) (interpretation) for the definition of “person aggrieved”...Previous MatchNext Match

    8. SCHEDULE 8Previous MatchNext Match

      Commissioner for Victims and WitnessesPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. Deputy CommissionerPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 1.(1) The Secretary of State must appoint a Deputy Commissioner...Previous MatchNext Match

      2. Terms of appointmentPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 2.(1) This paragraph applies in relation to a person appointed...Previous MatchNext Match

      3. StaffPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 3.(1) The Commissioner may appoint such persons as members of...Previous MatchNext Match

      4. DelegationPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 4.The Commissioner may authorise any member of his staff or...Previous MatchNext Match

      5. PensionsPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 5.(1) Schedule 1 to the Superannuation Act 1972 (c. 11)...Previous MatchNext Match

      6. FinancePrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 6.The Secretary of State must pay— (a) the remuneration of...Previous MatchNext Match

      7. AccountsPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 7.(1) The Commissioner must— (a) keep proper accounts and proper...Previous MatchNext Match

      8. Annual planPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 8.(1) The Commissioner must, before the beginning of each financial...Previous MatchNext Match

      9. Annual reportPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 9.(1) The Commissioner must, as soon as possible after the...Previous MatchNext Match

      10. Disqualification ActsPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 10.(1) In Part 3 of Schedule 1 to the House...Previous MatchNext Match

      11. Meaning of “financial year”Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 11.In this Schedule “financial year” means— (a) the period beginning...Previous MatchNext Match

    9. SCHEDULE 9Previous MatchNext Match

      Authorities within Commissioner’s remitPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. Government departmentsPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 1.The Department for Constitutional Affairs. Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 2.The Department for Education and Skills. Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 3.The Department of Health. Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 4.The Department of Trade and Industry. Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 5.The Department for Transport. Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 6.The Department for Work and Pensions. Previous MatchNext Match

        7. 7.The Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Previous MatchNext Match

        8. 8.The Home Office. Previous MatchNext Match

        9. 9.The Office of the Deputy Prime Minister. Previous MatchNext Match

      2. Customs and ExcisePrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 10.The Commissioners of Customs and Excise. Previous MatchNext Match

      3. Police forces etcPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 11.A police force for a police area in England or...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 12.The Serious Fraud Office. Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 13.The National Criminal Intelligence Service. Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 14.The National Crime Squad. Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 15.The force of constables appointed under section 53 of the...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 16.The Ministry of Defence Police. Previous MatchNext Match

      4. Criminal injuries compensationPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 17.The Criminal Injuries Compensation Appeals Panel. Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 18.The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority. Previous MatchNext Match

      5. Health and safetyPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 19.The Health and Safety Commission. Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 20.The Health and Safety Executive. Previous MatchNext Match

      6. Legal servicesPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 21.The Legal Services Commission. Previous MatchNext Match

      7. Court administrationPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 22.Persons exercising functions relating to the carrying on of the...Previous MatchNext Match

      8. Criminal justice systemPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 23.The Criminal Cases Review Commission. Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 24.The Crown Prosecution Service. Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 25.A local probation board established under section 4 of the...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 26.The Parole Board. Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 27.The Prison Service. Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 28.The Youth Justice Board for England and Wales. Previous MatchNext Match

        7. 29.A youth offending team established under section 39 of the...Previous MatchNext Match

      9. Maritime and coastguardsPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 30.The Maritime and Coastguard Agency. Previous MatchNext Match

    10. SCHEDULE 10Previous MatchNext Match

      Minor and consequential amendmentsPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. Colonial Prisoners Removal Act 1884 (c. 31)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 1.In section 10 of the Colonial Prisoners Removal Act 1884...Previous MatchNext Match

      2. Children and Young Persons Act 1933 (c. 12)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 2.In Schedule 1 to the Children and Young Persons Act...Previous MatchNext Match

      3. Criminal Procedure (Insanity) Act 1964 (c. 84)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 3.In section 8(2) of the Criminal Procedure (Insanity) Act 1964...Previous MatchNext Match

      4. Criminal Appeal Act 1968 (c. 19)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 4.In section 15 of the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 (right...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 5.In section 37 of that Act (detention of defendant on...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 6.In section 51 of that Act (interpretation), in subsection (2A),...Previous MatchNext Match

      5. Children and Young Persons Act (Northern Ireland) 1968 (c. 34 (N.I.))Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 7.In Schedule 1 to the Children and Young Persons Act...Previous MatchNext Match

      6. Juries Act 1974 (c. 23)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 8.(1) Section 11 of the Juries Act 1974 (ballot and...Previous MatchNext Match

      7. Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (c. 53)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 9.In section 1(3) of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974...Previous MatchNext Match

      8. Magistrates' Courts Act 1980 (c. 43)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 10.In section 108 of the Magistrates' Courts Act 1980 (right...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 11.In section 139 of that Act (disposal of sums adjudged...Previous MatchNext Match

      9. Criminal Appeal (Northern Ireland) Act 1980 (c. 47)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 12.In section 13A of the Criminal Appeal (Northern Ireland) Act...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 13.In section 19(1A)(a) of that Act (legal aid), after “appeal...Previous MatchNext Match

      10. Supreme Court Act 1981 (c. 54)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 14.In section 55 of the Supreme Court Act 1981 (constitution...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 15.In section 81 of that Act (power of Crown Court...Previous MatchNext Match

      11. Criminal Justice Act 1982 (c. 48)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 16.In Schedule 1 to the Criminal Justice Act 1982 (offences...Previous MatchNext Match

      12. Representation of the People Act 1983 (c. 2)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 17.In section 3A of the Representation of the People Act...Previous MatchNext Match

      13. Mental Health Act 1983 (c. 20)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 18.In section 47 of the Mental Health Act 1983 (removal...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 19.In section 69 of that Act (application to tribunals concerning...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 20.In section 71 of that Act (references by Home Secretary...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 21.In section 79 of that Act (interpretation of Part 5),...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 22.In section 84 of that Act (removal to England and...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 23.(1) Schedule 5 to that Act (transitional and saving provisions)...Previous MatchNext Match

      14. Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (c. 60)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 24.In Schedule 5 to the Police and Criminal Evidence Act...Previous MatchNext Match

      15. Prosecution of Offences Act 1985 (c. 23)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 25.In section 16 of the Prosecution of Offences Act 1985...Previous MatchNext Match

      16. Coroners Act 1988 (c. 13)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 26.In section 16 of the Coroners Act 1988 (adjournment of...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 27.In section 17 of that Act (coroner to be informed...Previous MatchNext Match

      17. Criminal Justice Act 1988 (c. 33) Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 28.In section 41 of the Criminal Justice Act 1988 (power...Previous MatchNext Match

      18. Police and Criminal Evidence (Northern Ireland) Order 1989 (S.I. 1989/1341 (N.I. 12))Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 29.In Schedule 5 to the Police and Criminal Evidence (Northern...Previous MatchNext Match

      19. Criminal Justice Act 1991 (c. 53)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 30.In section 24 of the Criminal Justice Act 1991 (recovery...Previous MatchNext Match

      20. Criminal Appeal Act 1995 (c. 35)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 31.In section 9 of the Criminal Appeal Act 1995 (references...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 32.In section 10 of that Act (which makes equivalent provision...Previous MatchNext Match

      21. Law Reform (Year and a Day Rule) Act 1996 (c. 19)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 33.In section 2 of the Law Reform (Year and a...Previous MatchNext Match

      22. Family Law Act 1996 (c. 27)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 34.(1) Section 36 of the Family Law Act 1996 (one...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 35.In section 38 of that Act (neither cohabitant or former...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 36.(1) Section 42 of that Act (non-molestation orders) is amended...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 37.(1) Section 46 of that Act (undertakings) is amended as...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 38.(1) Section 47 of that Act (arrest for breach of...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 39.In section 49 of that Act (variation and discharge of...Previous MatchNext Match

        7. 40.In section 62 of that Act (definitions), in subsection (1)(b),...Previous MatchNext Match

        8. 41.(1) In section 63 of that Act (interpretation of Part...Previous MatchNext Match

        9. 42.(1) Schedule 7 to that Act (transfer of certain tenancies...Previous MatchNext Match

      23. Protection from Harassment Act 1997 (c. 40)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 43.(1) Section 5 of the Protection from Harassment Act 1997...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 44.In section 7 of that Act (interpretation), in subsection (1),...Previous MatchNext Match

      24. Crime (Sentences) Act 1997 (c. 43)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 45.(1) Section 47 of the Crime (Sentences) Act 1997 (power...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 46.(1) Schedule 1 to that Act (transfers of prisoners within...Previous MatchNext Match

      25. Protection from Harassment (Northern Ireland) Order 1997 (S.I. 1997/1180 (N.I. 9))Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 47.(1) Article 7 of the Protection from Harassment (Northern Ireland)...Previous MatchNext Match

      26. Crime and Disorder Act 1998 (c. 37)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 48.In section 32 of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998...Previous MatchNext Match

      27. Powers of Criminal Courts (Sentencing) Act 2000 (c. 6)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 49.In section 132 of the Powers of Criminal Courts (Sentencing)...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 50.In section 136 of that Act (power to order statement...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 51.(1) Section 137 of that Act (power to order parent...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 52.(1) Section 138 of that Act (fixing of fine or...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 53.In section 142(1) of that Act (power of Crown Court...Previous MatchNext Match

      28. Criminal Justice and Court Services Act 2000 (c. 43)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 54.The Criminal Justice and Court Services Act 2000 is amended...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 55.Section 69 (duties in connection with victims of certain offences)...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 56.In Schedule 4 (offences against children for the purposes of...Previous MatchNext Match

      29. Sexual Offences Act 2003 (c. 42)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 57.(1) Section 133 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003 (general...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 58.In section 135 of that Act (interpretation: mentally disordered offenders),...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 59.(1) Schedule 5 to that Act (other offences for the...Previous MatchNext Match

      30. Criminal Justice Act 2003 (c. 44)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 60.In section 48 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 (c....Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 61.In section 50 of that Act (application of Part 7...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 62.In section 74 of that Act (interpretation of Part 9),...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 63.In section 151 of that Act (community order for persistent...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 64.In section 305 of that Act (interpretation of Part 12),...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 65.In Schedule 15 to that Act (specified offences for the...Previous MatchNext Match

        7. 66.In Schedule 17 to that Act (Northern Ireland offences specified...Previous MatchNext Match

    11. SCHEDULE 11Previous MatchNext Match

      RepealsPrevious MatchNext Match

    12. SCHEDULE 12Previous MatchNext Match

      Transitional and transitory provisionsPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 1.(1) Section 1 and paragraphs 37 to 39 of Schedule...Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 2.In section 5, the reference in subsection (1)(a) to an...Previous MatchNext Match

      3. 3.(1) This paragraph has effect, in relation to any time...Previous MatchNext Match

      4. 4.Section 10 applies only in relation to offences committed on...Previous MatchNext Match

      5. 5.(1) Section 12(1) and paragraphs 43(3) and 48 of Schedule...Previous MatchNext Match

      6. 6.(1) Section 13(1) and paragraph 47(3) of Schedule 10 do...Previous MatchNext Match

      7. 7.Section 14 applies only in relation to offences committed on...Previous MatchNext Match

      8. 8.(1) The provisions mentioned in sub-paragraph (2) do not apply—...Previous MatchNext Match

      9. 9.The Schedule inserted by Schedule 2 has effect in relation...Previous MatchNext Match

      10. 10.Each entry in Schedule 11 applies in the same way...Previous MatchNext Match

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