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|Conviction by a magistrates’ court in proceedings conducted in accordance with section 16A of the Magistrates’ Courts Act 1980 (trial by single justice on the papers)(1)||£150|
|Conviction by a magistrates’ court for a summary offence on a guilty plea||£150|
|Conviction by a magistrates’ court at a trial of a summary offence where (a) the defendant did not enter a plea, (b) the trial proceeded in the absence of the defendant, and (c) the court dealt with the case on the papers without reliance on any oral evidence||£150|
|Conviction by a magistrates’ court for an offence triable either-way on a guilty plea||£180|
|Conviction by a magistrates’ court at a trial of a summary offence||£520|
|Conviction by a magistrates’ court at a trial of an offence triable either way||£1000|
|Conviction by the Crown Court on a guilty plea||£900|
|Conviction by the Crown Court at a trial on indictment||£1200|
|Magistrates’ court when dealing with a person under section 21B(1)(b), (c) or (d) of the POA 1985||£100|
|Crown Court when dealing with a person under section 21B(2)(b) or (c) of the POA 1985||£150|
|Crown Court dismissing an appeal by a person against conviction or sentence||£150|
|Court of Appeal dismissing an application for leave to bring an appeal under Part 1 of the CAA 1968 against a person’s conviction or sentence||£150|
|Court of Appeal dismissing an appeal under Part 1 of the CAA 1968 against a person’s conviction or sentence||£200|
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