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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 THE OVERRIDING OBJECTIVE

    1. 1.1.The overriding objective

    2. 1.2.The duty of the participants in a criminal case

    3. 1.3.The application by the court of the overriding objective

  3. PART 2 UNDERSTANDING AND APPLYING THE RULES

    1. 2.1.When the Rules apply

    2. 2.2.Definitions

    3. 2.3.References to Acts of Parliament and to Statutory Instruments

    4. 2.4.The glossary

  4. PART 3 CASE MANAGEMENT

    1. 3.1.The scope of this Part

    2. 3.2.The duty of the court

    3. 3.3.The duty of the parties

    4. 3.4.Case progression officers and their duties

    5. 3.5.The court’s case management powers

    6. 3.6.Application to vary a direction

    7. 3.7.Agreement to vary a time limit fixed by a direction

    8. 3.8.Case preparation and progression

    9. 3.9.Readiness for trial or appeal

    10. 3.10.Conduct of a trial or an appeal

    11. 3.11.Case management forms and records

    12. Criminal Procedure Rules

    13. Regulations

    14. Provisions of Acts of Parliament

  5. PART 4 SERVICE OF DOCUMENTS

    1. 4.1.Service of summons, etc issued by a magistrates' court

    2. 4.2.Proof of service in magistrates' courts

    3. 4.3.Service of documents in Crown Court proceedings

  6. PART 5 FORMS

    1. 5.1.Forms

    2. 5.2.Magistrates' court forms in Welsh

    3. 5.3.Signature of magistrates' court forms by justices' clerk

  7. PART 6 COURT RECORDS

    1. 6.1.Magistrates' court register

    2. 6.2.Registration of endorsement of licence under section 57 of the Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988

    3. 6.3.Registration of certificate issued under section 70 of the Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988

    4. 6.4.Proof of proceedings in magistrates' courts

  8. PART 7 COMMENCING PROCEEDINGS IN MAGISTRATES' COURTS

    1. 7.1.Information and complaint

    2. 7.2.Statement of offence

    3. 7.3.Information to be for one offence only

    4. 7.4.Duty of court officer receiving statutory declaration under section 14(1) of the Magistrates' Courts Act 1980

    5. 7.5.Notice of order under section 25 of the Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988

    6. 7.6.Statutory declaration under section 72 and 73 of the Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988

    7. 7.7.Form of summons

    8. 7.8.Summons or warrant to secure attendance of a parent or guardian at a youth court

    9. 7.9.Magistrates' court officer to have copies of documents sent to accused under section 12(1) of the Magistrates' Courts Act 1980

  9. PART 8 OBJECTING TO THE DISCONTINUANCE OF PROCEEDINGS IN A MAGISTRATES' COURT

    1. 8.1.Time for objecting

    2. 8.2.Form of notice

    3. 8.3.Duty of Director of Public Prosecutions

    4. 8.4.Duty of magistrates' court

  10. PART 9 PRE-TRIAL HEARINGS IN MAGISTRATES' COURTS

    1. Contents of this Part

  11. PART 10 COMMITTAL FOR TRIAL

    1. 10.1.Restrictions on reports of committal proceedings

    2. 10.2.Committal for trial without consideration of the evidence

    3. 10.3.Consideration of evidence at committal proceedings

    4. 10.4.Court’s reminder to a defendant of right to object to evidence being read at trial without further proof

    5. 10.5.Material to be sent to court of trial

  12. PART 11 TRANSFER FOR TRIAL OF SERIOUS FRAUD CASES OR CASES INVOLVING CHILDREN

    1. 11.1.Interpretation of this Part

    2. 11.2.Transfer on bail

    3. 11.3.Notice where person removed to hospital

    4. 11.4.Variation of arrangements for bail

    5. 11.5.Documents etc to be sent to Crown Court

  13. PART 12 SENDING FOR TRIAL

    1. 12.1.Documents to be sent to the Crown Court

    2. 12.2.Time for first appearance of accused sent for trial

  14. PART 13 DISMISSAL OF CHARGES TRANSFERRED OR SENT TO THE CROWN COURT

    1. 13.1.Interpretation of this Part

    2. 13.2.Written notice of oral application for dismissal

    3. 13.3.Written application for dismissal

    4. 13.4.Prosecution reply

    5. 13.5.Determination of applications for dismissal—procedural matters

    6. 13.6.Service of documents

  15. PART 14 THE INDICTMENT

    1. 14.1.Method of preferring an indictment

    2. 14.2.Time for preferring an indictment

    3. 14.3.Committal documents to be made available to person wishing to prefer an indictment

  16. PART 15 PREPARATORY HEARINGS IN CASE OF SERIOUS FRAUD AND OTHER COMPLEX OR LENGTHY CASES IN THE CROWN COURT

    1. 15.1.Application for a preparatory hearing

    2. 15.2.Time for making application

    3. 15.3.Representations concerning an application

    4. 15.4.Determination of application

    5. 15.5.Disclosure of prosecution case

    6. 15.6.Defence disclosure

    7. 15.7.Content of order

    8. 15.8.Service of documents

  17. PART 16 RESTRICTIONS ON REPORTING AND PUBLIC ACCESS

    1. 16.1.Application for a reporting direction under section 46(6) of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999

    2. 16.2.Opposing an application for a reporting direction under section 46(6) of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999

    3. 16.3.Urgent action on an application under section 46(6) of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999

    4. 16.4.Excepting direction under section 46(9) of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999

    5. 16.5.Variation or revocation of a reporting or excepting direction under section 46 of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999

    6. 16.6.Application for an extension of time in proceedings under section 46 of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999

    7. 16.7.Decision of the court on an application under section 46 of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999

    8. 16.8.Proceedings sent or transferred to the Crown Court with direction under section 46 of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999 in force

    9. 16.9.Hearings in camera and applications under section 46 of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999

    10. 16.10.Application to hold a Crown Court trial in camera

    11. 16.11.Crown Court hearings in chambers

  18. PART 17 EXTRADITION

    1. 17.1.Refusal to make an order of committal

    2. 17.2.Notice of waiver

    3. 17.3.Notice of consent

    4. 17.4.Notice of consent (parties to 1995 Convention)

    5. 17.5.Consent to early removal to Republic of Ireland

    6. 17.6.Bail pending removal to Republic of Ireland

    7. 17.7.Delivery of warrant issued in Republic of Ireland

    8. 17.8.Verification of warrant etc. issued in Republic of Ireland

    9. 17.9.Application to state a case where court declines to order removal to Republic of Ireland

    10. 17.10.Draft case where court declines to order removal to Republic of Ireland

    11. 17.11.Forms for proceedings for removal to Republic of Ireland

  19. PART 18 WARRANTS

    1. 18.1.Warrant to be signed

    2. 18.2.Warrant issued out of hours

    3. 18.3.Warrant of arrest

    4. 18.4.Records to be kept where warrant is endorsed for bail

    5. 18.5.Committal to custody to be by warrant

    6. 18.6.Warrant of commitment

    7. 18.7.Form of warrant of commitment in a youth court

    8. 18.8.Warrant of commitment where recognizances not taken

  20. PART 19 BAIL IN MAGISTRATES' COURTS AND THE CROWN COURT

    1. 19.1.Application to a magistrates' court to vary conditions of police bail

    2. 19.2.Application to a magistrates' court to reconsider grant of police bail

    3. 19.3.Notice of change of time for appearance before magistrates' court

    4. 19.4.Directions by a magistrates' court as to security, etc

    5. 19.5.Requirements to be complied with before release on bail granted by a magistrates' court

    6. 19.6.Notice to governor of prison, etc, where release from custody is ordered by a magistrates' court

    7. 19.7.Release when notice received by governor of prison that recognizances have been taken or requirements complied with

    8. 19.8.Notice from a magistrates' court of enlargement of recognizances

    9. 19.9.Further remand of minors by a youth court

    10. 19.10.Notes of argument in magistrates' court bail hearings

    11. 19.11.Bail records to be entered in register of magistrates' court

    12. 19.12.Notification of bail decision by magistrate after arrest while on bail

    13. 19.13.Transfer of remand hearings

    14. 19.14.Notice of further remand in certain cases

    15. 19.15.Cessation of transfer direction

    16. 19.16.Lodging an appeal against a grant of bail by a magistrates' court

    17. 19.17.Crown Court procedure on appeal against grant of bail by a magistrates' court

    18. 19.18.Applications to Crown Court relating to bail

    19. 19.19.Notice to governor of prison of committal on bail

    20. 19.20.Notices on committal of person subject to transfer direction

    21. 19.21.Variation of arrangements for bail on committal to Crown Court

    22. 19.22.Conditions attached to bail granted by the Crown Court

    23. 19.23.Estreat of recognizances in respect of person bailed to appear before the Crown Court

    24. 19.24.Forfeiture of recognizances in respect of person bailed to appear before the Crown Court

  21. PART 20 CUSTODY TIME LIMITS

    1. 20.1.Appeal to the Crown Court against a decision of a magistrates' court in respect of a custody time limit

  22. PART 21 ADVANCE INFORMATION

    1. 21.1.Scope of procedure for furnishing advance information

    2. 21.2.Notice to accused regarding advance information

    3. 21.3.Request for advance information

    4. 21.4.Refusal of request for advance information

    5. 21.5.Duty of court regarding advance information

    6. 21.6.Adjournment pending furnishing of advance information

  23. PART 22 DISCLOSURE BY THE PROSECUTION

    1. Contents of this Part

  24. PART 23 DISCLOSURE BY THE DEFENCE

    1. Contents of this Part

  25. PART 24 DISCLOSURE OF EXPERT EVIDENCE

    1. 24.1.Requirement to disclose expert evidence

    2. 24.2.Withholding evidence

    3. 24.3.Effect of failure to disclose

  26. PART 25 APPLICATIONS FOR PUBLIC INTEREST IMMUNITY AND SPECIFIC DISCLOSURE

    1. 25.1.Public interest: application by prosecutor

    2. 25.2.Public interest: hearing of application by prosecutor

    3. 25.3.Public interest: non-disclosure order

    4. 25.4.Review of non-disclosure order: application by accused

    5. 25.5.Public interest applications: interested persons

    6. 25.6.Disclosure: application by accused and order of court

    7. 25.7.Disclosure: application for extension of time limit and order of the court

    8. 25.8.Public interest and disclosure applications: general

  27. PART 26 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL

    1. 26.1.Application for permission to use or disclose object or information

    2. 26.2.Prosecutor or interested party wishing to be heard

    3. 26.3.Decision on application for use or disclosure

    4. 26.4.Unauthorised use or disclosure

    5. 26.5.Forfeiture of object used or disclosed without authority

  28. PART 27 WITNESS STATEMENTS

    1. 27.1.Witness statements in magistrates' courts

    2. 27.2.Right to object to evidence being read in Crown Court trial

  29. PART 28 WITNESS SUMMONSES AND ORDERS

    1. 28.1.Application to a magistrates' court for summons to witness or warrant for his arrest

    2. 28.2.Taking a deposition in a magistrates' court

    3. 28.3.Application to the Crown Court for witness summons

    4. 28.4.Application to set aside Crown Court witness summons where no longer needed

    5. 28.5.Application to set aside witness summons issued on application to the Crown Court

    6. 28.6.Application to set aside witness summons issued of Crown Court’s own motion

  30. PART 29 SPECIAL MEASURES DIRECTIONS

    1. 29.1.Application for special measures directions

    2. 29.2.Application for an extension of time

    3. 29.3.Late applications

    4. 29.4.Discharge or variation of a special measures direction

    5. 29.5.Renewal application following a material change of circumstances

    6. 29.6.Application for special measures direction for witness to give evidence by means of a live television link

    7. 29.7.Video recording of testimony from witnesses

    8. 29.8.Expert evidence in connection with special measures directions

    9. 29.9.Intermediaries

  31. PART 30 USE OF LIVE TELEVISION LINK OTHER THAN FOR VULNERABLE WITNESSES

    1. 30.1.Evidence by live television link in the Crown Court where witness is outside the United Kingdom

  32. PART 31 RESTRICTION ON CROSS-EXAMINATION BY A DEFENDANT ACTING IN PERSON IN THE CROWN COURT

    1. 31.1.Restrictions on cross-examination of witness in the Crown Court

    2. 31.2.Appointment of legal representative by the Crown Court

    3. 31.3.Appointment arranged by the accused in the Crown Court

    4. 31.4.Prohibition on cross-examination of particular witness in the Crown Court

  33. PART 32 INTERNATIONAL CO-OPERATION

    1. 32.1.Notice required to accompany process served outside the United Kingdom and translations

    2. 32.2.Proof of service outside the United Kingdom

    3. 32.3.Supply of copy of notice of request for assistance abroad

    4. 32.4.Persons entitled to appear and take part in proceedings before a nominated court and exclusion of public

    5. 32.5.Record of proceedings to receive evidence before a nominated court

    6. 32.6.Interpreter for the purposes of proceedings involving a television or telephone link

    7. 32.7.Record of television link hearing before a nominated court

    8. 32.8.Record of telephone link hearing before a nominated court

    9. 32.9.Overseas record

  34. PART 33 EXPERT EVIDENCE

    1. Contents of this Part

  35. PART 34 HEARSAY EVIDENCE

    1. 34.1.When this Part applies

    2. 34.2.Notice of hearsay evidence

    3. 34.3.When the prosecutor must give notice of hearsay evidence

    4. 34.4.When a defendant must give notice of hearsay evidence

    5. 34.5.Opposing the introduction of hearsay evidence

    6. 34.6.Methods of giving notice

    7. 34.7.Court’s power to vary requirements under this Part

    8. 34.8.Waiving the requirement to give a notice of hearsay evidence

  36. PART 35 EVIDENCE OF BAD CHARACTER

    1. 35.1.When this Part applies

    2. 35.2.Introducing evidence of non-defendant’s bad character

    3. 35.3.Opposing introduction of evidence of non-defendant’s bad character

    4. 35.4.Prosecutor introducing evidence of defendant’s bad character

    5. 35.5.Co-defendant introducing evidence of defendant’s bad character

    6. 35.6.Defendant applying to exclude evidence of his own bad character

    7. 35.7.Methods of giving notice

    8. 35.8.Court’s power to vary requirements under this Part

    9. 35.9.Defendant waiving right to receive notice

  37. PART 36 EVIDENCE OF A COMPLAINANT'S PREVIOUS SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR

    1. 36.1.Evidence in the Crown Court of a complainant’s previous sexual behaviour

  38. PART 37 SUMMARY TRIAL

    1. 37.1.Order of evidence and speeches: information

    2. 37.2.Procedure on information where accused is not legally represented

    3. 37.3.Adjournment of trial of information

    4. 37.4.Formal admissions

    5. 37.5.Notice of intention to cite previous convictions

    6. 37.6.Preservation of depositions where offence triable either way is dealt with summarily

    7. 37.7.Order of evidence and speeches: complaint

  39. PART 38 TRIAL OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PERSONS

    1. 38.1.Application of this Part

    2. 38.2.Assistance in conducting case

    3. 38.3.Duty of court to explain nature of proceedings etc

    4. 38.4.Duty of court to take plea to charge

    5. 38.5.Evidence in support of charge

    6. 38.6.Evidence in reply

  40. PART 39 TRIAL ON INDICTMENT

    1. 39.1.Time limits for beginning of trials

  41. PART 40 TAINTED ACQUITTALS

    1. 40.1.Time of certification

    2. 40.2.Form of certification in the Crown Court

    3. 40.3.Service of a copy of the certification

    4. 40.4.Entry in register or records in relation to the conviction which occasioned certification

    5. 40.5.Entry in the register or records in relation to the acquittal

    6. 40.6.Display of copy certification form

    7. 40.7.Entry in the register or records in relation to decision of High Court

    8. 40.8.Display of copy of notice received from High Court

  42. PART 41 RETRIAL FOLLOWING ACQUITTAL FOR SERIOUS OFFENCE

    1. 41.1.Interpretation

    2. 41.2.Notice of a section 76 application

    3. 41.3.Response of the acquitted person

    4. 41.4.Examination of witnesses or evidence by the Court of Appeal

    5. 41.5.Bail or custody hearings in the Crown Court

    6. 41.6.Further provisions regarding bail and custody in the Crown Court

    7. 41.7.Bail or custody orders in the Court of Appeal

    8. 41.8.Application for restrictions on publication

    9. 41.9.Variation or revocation of restrictions on publication

    10. 41.10.Powers exercisable by a single judge of the Court of Appeal

    11. 41.11.Powers exercisable by the Registrar

    12. 41.12.Determination by full court

    13. 41.13.Notice of the determination of the application

    14. 41.14.Notice of application to set aside order for retrial

    15. 41.15.Leave to arraign

    16. 41.16.Abandonment of the application

    17. 41.17.Service

  43. PART 42 REMITTAL FROM ONE MAGISTRATES' COURT TO ANOTHER FOR SENTENCE

    1. 42.1.Remittal for sentence

  44. PART 43 COMMITTAL TO THE CROWN COURT FOR SENTENCE

    1. 43.1.Committals for sentence, etc

    2. 43.2.Committal to Crown Court for order restricting discharge, etc

  45. PART 44 SENTENCING CHILDREN AND YOUNG PERSONS

    1. 44.1.Procedure after finding against minor in a magistrates' court

    2. 44.2.Duty of magistrates' court to explain manner in which it proposes to deal with case and effect of order

  46. PART 45 DEFERRED SENTENCE

    1. 45.1.Further conviction in magistrates' court after sentence deferred

  47. PART 46 CUSTODIAL SENTENCES

    1. Contents of this Part

  48. PART 47 SUSPENDED SENTENCES OF IMPRISONMENT

    1. 47.1.Entries in magistrates' court register in respect of suspended sentences

    2. 47.2.Suspended sentence supervision orders

  49. PART 48 COMMUNITY PENALTIES

    1. 48.1.Curfew order or requirement with electronic monitoring requirement

  50. PART 49 HOSPITAL AND GUARDIANSHIP ORDERS

    1. 49.1.Remand by magistrates' court for medical inquiries

    2. 49.2.Hospital or guardianship order imposed by a magistrates' court

  51. PART 50 SUPPLEMENTARY ORDERS MADE ON CONVICTION

    1. 50.1.Sexual offences prevention orders made by a magistrates' court on conviction

    2. 50.2.Parenting orders made by a magistrates' court on conviction

    3. 50.3.Variation of certain orders by a magistrates' court

    4. 50.4.Anti-social behaviour orders made by the Crown Court on conviction

  52. PART 51 FINES

    1. Contents of this Part

  53. PART 52 ENFORCEMENT OF FINES

    1. 52.1.Notice to defendant of fine or forfeited recognizance

    2. 52.2.Payment of fine to be made to magistrates' court officer

    3. 52.3.Duty of magistrates' court officer to give receipt

    4. 52.4.Application to magistrates' court for further time

    5. 52.5.Notice of date of hearing of means inquiry, etc in magistrates' court

    6. 52.6.Review of terms of postponement of warrant of commitment by magistrates' court

    7. 52.7.Notice to defendant before enforcing magistrates' court order

    8. 52.8.Execution of magistrates' court distress warrant

    9. 52.9.Payment after imprisonment imposed by magistrates' court

    10. 52.10.Order for supervision made by magistrates' court

    11. 52.11.Transfer of magistrates' court fine order

    12. 52.12.Directions by magistrates' court that money found on defaulter shall not be applied in satisfaction of debt

    13. 52.13.Particulars of fine enforcement to be entered in magistrates' court register

    14. 52.14.Attendance Centre Order imposed by magistrates' court in default of payment of a financial penalty

  54. PART 53 COMPENSATION ORDERS

    1. 53.1.Review of compensation order made by a magistrates' court

  55. PART 54 CONDITIONAL DISCHARGE

    1. 54.1.Further offence committed after offender conditionally discharged by a magistrates' court

  56. PART 55 ROAD TRAFFIC PENALTIES

    1. 55.1.Endorsement of driving licence by magistrates' court

    2. 55.2.Application to magistrates' court for removal of disqualification

    3. 55.3.Application to magistrates' court for review of course organiser’s refusal to issue certificate of satisfactory completion of driving course

    4. 55.4.Notice of registration to defaulter under section 71(6) of the Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988

  57. PART 56 CONFISCATION PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACT 1988 AND THE DRUG TRAFFICKING ACT 1994

    1. 56.1.Statements etc, relevant to making confiscation orders

    2. 56.2.Postponed determinations

    3. 56.3.Confiscation orders—revised assessments

    4. 56.4.Application to Crown Court to discharge or vary order to make material available

    5. 56.5.Application to Crown Court for increase in term of imprisonment in default of payment of a confiscation order

    6. 56.6.Drug trafficking—compensation on acquittal in Crown Court

  58. PART 57 PROCEEDS OF CRIME ACT 2002—RULES APPLICABLE TO ALL PROCEEDINGS

    1. 57.1.Interpretation

    2. 57.2.Calculation of time

    3. 57.3.Court office closed

    4. 57.4.Application for registration of Scottish or Northern Ireland Order

    5. 57.5.Application to vary or set aside registration

    6. 57.6.Register of orders

    7. 57.7.Statements of truth

    8. 57.8.Use of witness statements for other purposes

    9. 57.9.Expert evidence

    10. 57.10.Exceptions to procedure for expert evidence

    11. 57.11.Service of documents

    12. 57.12.Service by an alternative method

    13. 57.13.Service outside the jurisdiction

    14. 57.14.Certificates of service

  59. PART 58 PROCEEDS OF CRIME ACT 2002—RULES APPLICABLE ONLY TO CONFISCATION PROCEEDINGS

    1. 58.1.Statements in connection with confiscation orders

    2. 58.2.Postponement of confiscation proceedings

    3. 58.3.Application for reconsideration of decision to make confiscation order or benefit assessed for purposes of confiscation order

    4. 58.4.Application for reconsideration of available amount

    5. 58.5.Variation of confiscation order due to inadequacy of available amount

    6. 58.6.Application by magistrates' court officer to discharge confiscation order

    7. 58.7.Application for variation of confiscation order made against an absconder

    8. 58.8.Application for discharge of confiscation order made against an absconder

    9. 58.9.Application for increase in term of imprisonment in default

    10. 58.10.Compensation—general

    11. 58.11.Compensation—confiscation order made against absconder

    12. 58.12.Payment of money in bank or building society account in satisfaction of confiscation order

  60. PART 59 PROCEEDS OF CRIME ACT 2002—RULES APPLICABLE ONLY TO RESTRAINT PROCEEDINGS

    1. 59.1.Application for restraint order

    2. 59.2.Restraint orders

    3. 59.3.Application for discharge or variation of restraint order by person affected by order

    4. 59.4.Application for variation of restraint order by the person who applied for the order

    5. 59.5.Application for discharge of a restraint order by the person who applied for the order

  61. PART 60 PROCEEDS OF CRIME ACT 2002—RULES APPLICABLE ONLY TO RECEIVERSHIP PROCEEDINGS

    1. 60.1.Application for appointment of a management or enforcement receiver

    2. 60.2.Application for conferral of powers on management receiver, enforcement receiver or Director’s receiver

    3. 60.3.Applications for discharge or variation of receivership orders and applications for other orders

    4. 60.4.Sums in the hands of receivers

    5. 60.5.Security

    6. 60.6.Remuneration

    7. 60.7.Accounts

    8. 60.8.Non-compliance by receiver

  62. PART 61 PROCEEDS OF CRIME ACT 2002—RULES APPLICABLE TO RESTRAINT AND RECEIVERSHIP PROCEEDINGS

    1. 61.1.Distress and forfeiture

    2. 61.2.Joining of applications

    3. 61.3.Applications to be dealt with in writing

    4. 61.4.Business in chambers

    5. 61.5.Power of court to control evidence

    6. 61.6.Evidence of witnesses

    7. 61.7.Witness summons

    8. 61.8.Hearsay evidence

    9. 61.9.Disclosure and inspection of documents

    10. 61.10.Court documents

    11. 61.11.Consent orders

    12. 61.12.Slips and omissions

    13. 61.13.Supply of documents from court records

    14. 61.14.Disclosure of documents in criminal proceedings

    15. 61.15.Preparation of documents

    16. 61.16.Change of solicitor

    17. 61.17.Application by solicitor for declaration that solicitor has ceased to act

    18. 61.18.Application by other party for declaration that solicitor has ceased to act

    19. 61.19.Order for costs

    20. 61.20.Assessment of costs

    21. 61.21.Time for complying with an order for costs

    22. 61.22.Application of costs rules

  63. PART 62 PROCEEDS OF CRIME ACT 2002—RULES APPLICABLE TO INVESTIGATIONS

    1. 62.1.Account monitoring orders under the Terrorism Act 2000 and the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002

    2. 62.2.Customer information orders under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002

    3. 62.3.Proof of identity and accreditation

  64. PART 63 APPEAL TO THE CROWN COURT AGAINST CONVICTION OR SENTENCE

    1. 63.1.Application of this Part

    2. 63.2.Notice of appeal

    3. 63.3.Documents to be sent to Crown Court

    4. 63.4.Entry of appeal and notice of hearing

    5. 63.5.Abandonment of appeal—notice

    6. 63.6.Abandonment of appeal—bail

    7. 63.7.Number and qualification of justices—appeals from youth courts

    8. 63.8.Number and qualification of justices—dispensation for special circumstances

    9. 63.9.Disqualifications

  65. PART 64 APPEAL TO THE HIGH COURT BY WAY OF CASE STATED

    1. 64.1.Application to a magistrates' court to state a case

    2. 64.2.Consideration of a draft case by a magistrates' court

    3. 64.3.Preparation and submission of final case to a magistrates' court

    4. 64.4.Extension of time limits by a magistrates' court

    5. 64.5.Service of documents where application made to a magistrates' court

    6. 64.6.Content of case stated by a magistrates' courts

    7. 64.7.Application to the Crown Court to state a case

  66. PART 65 APPEAL TO THE COURT OF APPEAL AGAINST RULING IN PREPARATORY HEARING

    1. 65.Notice of appeal

    2. 65.2.Respondent’s notice

    3. 65.3.Persons in custody

    4. 65.4.Supply of documentary and other exhibits

    5. 65.5.Abandonment of proceedings

    6. 65.6.Powers exercisable by single judge

    7. 65.7.Determination by full court

    8. 65.8.Notice of determination of court

    9. 65.9.Service of documents

    10. 65.10.The Registrar

  67. PART 66 APPEAL TO THE COURT OF APPEAL AGAINST RULING ADVERSE TO PROSECUTION

    1. 66.1.Interpretation

    2. 66.2.Request for adjournment

    3. 66.3.Application to the judge of the court for leave to appeal

    4. 66.4.Expedited appeal

    5. 66.5.Notice of appeal or application for leave to appeal

    6. 66.6.Defendant’s response

    7. 66.7.Defendants in custody

    8. 66.8.Public interest rulings

    9. 66.9.Supply of documentary and other exhibits

    10. 66.10.Abandonment of proceedings

    11. 66.11.Powers exercisable by a single judge

    12. 66.12.Powers exercisable by the Registrar

    13. 66.13.Determination by full court

    14. 66.14.Notice of hearing and determination of the Court of Appeal

    15. 66.15.Assistance from the Crown Court

    16. 66.16.Appeal to the House of Lords

    17. 66.17.Service

  68. PART 67 APPEAL TO THE COURT OF APPEAL AGAINST ORDER RESTRICTING REPORTING OR PUBLIC ACCESS

    1. 67.1.Appeal against order restricting reporting of proceedings

    2. 67.2.Appeal against order restricting public access to proceedings

  69. PART 68 APPEAL TO THE COURT OF APPEAL AGAINST CONVICTION OR SENTENCE

    1. 68.1.Service of documents

    2. 68.2.Certificate of trial judge

    3. 68.3.Notice of appeal and application for extension of time

    4. 68.4.Appeal following reference by Criminal Cases Review Commission

    5. 68.5.Exercise of court’s powers to give leave to appeal, etc: general rules

    6. 68.6.Further applications to a judge or to the court: additional rules

    7. 68.7.Application for bail pending appeal

    8. 68.8.Bail with condition of surety

    9. 68.9.Forfeiture of recognizances in respect of person bailed to appear

    10. 68.10.Custody of exhibits

    11. 68.11.Supply of documentary and other exhibits

    12. 68.12.Record of proceedings at trial

    13. 68.13.Transcripts

    14. 68.14.Verification of record of proceedings

    15. 68.15.Application for a witness order and for evidence to be received

    16. 68.16.Examination of witnesses by the court

    17. 68.17.Vulnerable witness giving video recorded testimony

    18. 68.18.Vulnerable witness giving evidence by live television link

    19. 68.19.Evidence through live television link where witness is outside the United Kingdom

    20. 68.20.Procedure for the admission of hearsay evidence

    21. 68.21.Procedure for the admission of evidence of bad character

    22. 68.22.Abandonment of proceedings

    23. 68.23.The Registrar

    24. 68.24.Sittings in vacation

    25. 68.25.Opinion of court on point referred by Criminal Cases Review Commission

    26. 68.26.Application to the Court of Appeal for leave to be present

    27. 68.27.Declaration of incompatibility

    28. 68.28.Dismissal of appeal against hospital order

    29. 68.29.Notice of determination of court

    30. 68.30.Enforcement of fines

    31. 68.31.Notice of application after order for retrial

  70. PART 69 REFERENCE TO THE COURT OF APPEAL OF POINT OF LAW

    1. 69.1.References

    2. 69.2.Registrar’s notice to respondent

    3. 69.3.Withdrawal or amendment of reference

    4. 69.4.Anonymity of respondent

    5. 69.5.Reference to House of Lords

    6. 69.6.Service of documents

  71. PART 70 REFERENCE TO THE COURT OF APPEAL OF UNDULY LENIENT SENTENCE

    1. 70.1.Applications

    2. 70.2.Notice of application

    3. 70.3.Registrar’s notice to offender

    4. 70.4.References

    5. 70.5.Withdrawal or amendment of application or reference

    6. 70.6.Registrar’s power to require information from court of trial

    7. 70.7.Supply of documentary and other exhibits

    8. 70.8.Service of documents

  72. PART 71 APPEAL TO THE COURT OF APPEAL UNDER THE PROCEEDS OF CRIME ACT 2002—GENERAL RULES

    1. 71.1.Extension of time

    2. 71.2.Other applications

    3. 71.3.Examination of witness by court

    4. 71.4.Supply of documentary and other exhibits

    5. 71.5.Registrar’s power to require information from court of trial

    6. 71.6.Hearing by single judge

    7. 71.7.Determination by full court

    8. 71.8.Notice of determination

    9. 71.9.Record of proceedings and transcripts

    10. 71.10.Appeal to House of Lords

    11. 71.11.Service of documents

  73. PART 72 APPEAL TO THE COURT OF APPEAL UNDER PROCEEDS OF CRIME ACT 2002—PROSECUTOR'S APPEAL REGARDING CONFISCATION

    1. 72.1.Notice of appeal

    2. 72.2.Respondent’s notice

    3. 72.3.Amendment and abandonment of appeal

  74. PART 73 APPEAL TO THE COURT OF APPEAL UNDER POCA 2002—RESTRAINT OR RECEIVERSHIP ORDERS

    1. 73.1.Leave to appeal

    2. 73.2.Notice of appeal

    3. 73.3.Respondent’s notice

    4. 73.4.Amendment and abandonment of appeal

    5. 73.5.Stay

    6. 73.6.Striking out appeal notices and setting aside or imposing conditions on leave to appeal

    7. 73.7.Hearing of appeals

  75. PART 74 APPEAL TO THE HOUSE OF LORDS

    1. 74.1.Application for leave to appeal from the Criminal Division of the Court of Appeal to the House of Lords

  76. PART 75 REFERENCE TO THE EUROPEAN COURT

    1. 75.1.Reference to the European Court

  77. PART 76 REPRESENTATION ORDERS

    1. Contents of this Part

  78. PART 77 RECOVERY OF DEFENCE COSTS ORDERS

    1. Contents of this Part

  79. PART 78 COSTS ORDERS AGAINST THE PARTIES

    1. 78.1.Crown Court’s jurisdiction to award costs in appeal from magistrates' court

    2. 78.2.Crown Court’s jurisdiction to award costs in magistrates' court proceedings from which appeal is brought

    3. 78.3.Taxation of Crown Court costs

    4. 78.4.Review of Crown Court costs by taxing authority

    5. 78.5.Further review of Crown Court costs by Taxing Master

    6. 78.6.Appeal to High Court judge after review of Crown Court costs

    7. 78.7.Supplementary provisions on Crown Court costs

  80. GLOSSARY

  81. Signature

  82. Explanatory Note

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