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The Justices' Clerks Rules 2005

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.These Rules may be cited as the Justices' Clerks Rules...

  3. 2.The things specified in the Schedule to these Rules, being...

  4. 3.(1) The things specified in paragraphs 1 to 36 in...

  5. 4.The Justices' Clerks Rules 1999 are hereby revoked.

  6. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE

      1. 1.The laying of an information or the making of a...

      2. 2.The issue of any summons, including a witness summons.

      3. 3.The issue of a warrant of arrest, whether or not...

      4. 4.The marking of an information as withdrawn.

      5. 5.The dismissing of an information, or the discharging of an...

      6. 6.The making of an order for the payment of defence...

      7. 7.The adjournment of the hearing of a complaint if the...

      8. 8.The extending of bail on the same conditions as those...

      9. 9.The further adjournment of criminal proceedings with the consent of...

      10. 10.(1) The further adjournment of criminal proceedings, where there has...

      11. 11.(1) The appointment of a later time at which a...

      12. 12.The committal of a person for trial on bail in...

      13. 13.Where a case is to be tried on indictment, the...

      14. 14.The asking of an accused whether he pleads guilty or...

      15. 15.The fixing or setting aside of a date, time and...

      16. 16.The making of a direction in accordance with rule 93A(7)...

      17. 17.The giving, variation or revocation of directions for the conduct...

      18. 18.With the consent of the parties, the giving, variation or...

      19. 19.The extension, with the consent of the accused, of an...

      20. 20.Sentences etc.

      21. 21.The request of a medical report and, for that purpose,...

      22. 22.The remitting of an offender to another court for sentence....

      23. 23.Where an accused has been convicted of an offence, the...

      24. 24.The giving of consent for another magistrates' court to deal...

      25. 25.The amending, in accordance with paragraph 15 of Schedule 3...

      26. 26.The varying, in accordance with paragraph 5(1) of Schedule 5...

      27. 27.The signing of a certificate given to the Crown Court...

      28. 28.The acceptance under section 14 of the Magistrates Courts Act...

      29. 29.Fines

      30. 30.The allowing of further time for payment of a sum...

      31. 31.The varying of the number of instalments payable, the amount...

      32. 32.The making of a transfer of fine order under section...

      33. 33.The making of an order before an enquiry into the...

      34. 34.The fixing under section 86(3) of the Magistrates' Courts Act...

      35. 35.The making or withdrawal of an application to the Secretary...

      36. 36.The doing of such other things as are required or...

      37. 37.Family etc.

      38. 38.The appointment of a children’s guardian or solicitor for a...

      39. 39.The giving, variation or revocation of directions in accordance with...

      40. 40.The making of an order, in accordance with rule 28...

      41. 41.By virtue of rule 33 of the Family Proceedings Courts...

      42. 42.The request of a welfare report under section 7 of...

      43. 43.By virtue of rule 16(2) of the Family Proceedings Courts...

      44. 44.Transitional Provisions

  7. Explanatory Note

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