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The Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 (Commencement No. 1, Saving and Transitional Provisions) Order 2015

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SCHEDULE 1Provisions of the Act coming into force on 13th April 2015

1.  Section 1 (maximum sentence for certain offences to be life imprisonment).

2.  Section 2 (specified offences).

3.  Section 3 (Schedule 15B offences).

4.  Section 4 (Parole Board release when serving extended sentences).

5.  Section 5 (minor amendments).

6.  Section 6 (sentence and Parole Board release for offenders of particular concern).

7.  Section 7 (electronic monitoring following release on licence etc).

8.  Section 12 (offence of remaining unlawfully at large after recall).

9.  Section 13 (offence of remaining unlawfully at large after temporary release).

10.  Section 14 (definition of “requisite custodial period”).

11.  Section 15 (minor amendments and transitional cases).

12.  Section 16 (drugs for which prisoners etc may be tested).

13.  Section 17 (restrictions on use of cautions).

14.  Section 18 (restrictions on use of cautions: supplementary).

15.  Section 19 (alternatives to prosecution: rehabilitation of offenders in Scotland).

16.  Section 20 (ill-treatment or wilful neglect: care worker offence).

17.  Section 21 (ill-treatment or wilful neglect: care provider offence).

18.  Section 22 (care provider offence: excluded care providers).

19.  Section 23 (care provider offence: penalties).

20.  Section 24 (care provider offence: application to unincorporated associations).

21.  Section 25 (care provider offence: liability for ancillary and other offences).

22.  Section 26 (corrupt or other improper exercise of police powers and privileges).

23.  Section 27 (term of imprisonment for murder of police or prison officer).

24.  Section 29 (offences committed by disqualified drivers).

25.  Section 30 (extension of disqualification from driving where custodial sentence also imposed).

26.  Section 32 (sending letters etc with intent to cause distress or anxiety).

27.  Section 33 (disclosing private sexual photographs and films with intent to cause distress).

28.  Section 34 (meaning of “disclose” and “photograph or film”).

29.  Section 35 (meaning of “private” and “sexual”).

30.  Section 36 (meeting a child following sexual grooming etc).

31.  Section 37 (possession of pornographic images of rape and assault by penetration).

32.  Section 40 (powers of Youth Justice Board in relation to provision of accommodation).

33.  Section 41 (youth cautions and condition cautions: involvement of appropriate adults).

34.  Section 43 (referral orders: alternatives to revocation for breach of youth offender contract).

35.  Section 44 (referral orders: extension on further conviction).

36.  Section 45 (referral orders: revocation on further conviction).

37.  Section 46 (instituting proceedings by written charge).

38.  Section 47 (instituting proceedings: further provision).

39.  Section 48 (trial by single justice on the papers).

40.  Section 49 (trial by single justice on the papers: sentencing etc).

41.  Section 50 (further amendments).

42.  Section 51 (offence of improper use of public electronic communications network).

43.  Section 53 (committal of young offenders convicted of certain offences).

44.  Section 54 (criminal courts charge).

45.  Section 55 (duty to review criminal courts charge).

46.  Section 56 (variation of collection orders etc).

47.  Section 57 (personal injury claims: cases of fundamental dishonesty).

48.  Section 58 (rules against inducements to make personal injury claims).

49.  Section 59 (effect of rules against inducements).

50.  Section 60 (inducements: interpretation).

51.  Section 61 (inducements: regulations).

52.  Section 63 (appeals from the High Court to the Supreme Court).

53.  Section 67 (wasted costs in certain civil proceedings).

54.  Section 69 (jurors and electronic communications devices).

55.  Section 70 (jurors and electronic communications devices: powers of search etc).

56.  Section 71 (research by jurors).

57.  Section 72 (sharing research with other jurors).

58.  Section 73 (jurors engaging in other prohibited conduct).

59.  Section 74 (disclosing jury’s deliberations).

60.  Section 75 (juries at inquests).

61.  Section 76 (members of the Court Martial).

62.  Section 77 (supplementary provision).

63.  Section 78 (lifetime reporting restrictions in criminal proceedings for witnesses and victims under 18).

64.  Section 79 (reporting restrictions in proceedings other than criminal proceedings).

65.  Section 80 (reporting restrictions: information society services).

66.  Section 81 (representations to Parliament by the President of the Supreme Court).

67.  Section 82 (the supplementary panel of the Supreme Court).

68.  Section 83 (minor amendments).

69.  Section 84(1) to (3) (likelihood of substantially different outcome for applicant).

70.  Section 87 (interveners and costs).

71.  Section 92 (periods of time for certain legal challenges).

72.  Schedule 1 (sentence and Parole Board release for offenders of particular concern).

73.  Schedule 2 (electronic monitoring and licences etc: consequential provision).

74.  Schedule 4 (ill-treatment or wilful neglect: excluded health care).

75.  Schedule 6 (offences committed by disqualified drivers: further amendments).

76.  Schedule 8 (disclosing private sexual photographs or films: providers of information society services).

77.  Schedule 11 (trial by single justice on the papers: further amendments).

78.  Schedule 12 (further provision about criminal courts charge).

79.  Schedule 13 (juries at inquests).

80.  Schedule 14 (members of the Court Martial).

81.  Schedule 15 (reporting restrictions: providers of information society services).

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