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The Criminal Procedure (Amendment) Rules 2018

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Amendments to the Criminal Procedure Rules 2015

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19.  In Part 46 (Representatives)—

(a)in rule 46.2 (Notice of appointment, etc. of legal representative: general rules)—

(i)for paragraph (1)(a) substitute—

(a)in relation to—

(i)a party who does not have legal aid for the purposes of a case, and

(ii)a party to an extradition case in the High Court, whether that party has legal aid or not;, and

(ii)for paragraph (3) substitute—

(3) Where paragraph (1)(c) applies, that legal representative must—

(a)as soon as practicable give notice to—

(i)the court officer,

(ii)the party whom he or she has represented, and

(iii)each other party; and

(b)where that legal representative has represented the defendant in an extradition case in the High Court, include with the notice—

(i)confirmation that the defendant has notice of when and where the appeal hearing will take place and of the need to attend, if the defendant is on bail,

(ii)details sufficient to locate the defendant, including details of the custodian and of the defendant’s date of birth and custody reference, if the defendant is in custody, and

(iii)details of any arrangements likely to be required by the defendant to facilitate his or her participation in consequence of the representative’s withdrawal, including arrangements for interpretation.; and

(b)in rule 46.3 (Application to change legal representative: legal aid), in paragraph (1) after “This rule applies” insert “in a magistrates’ court, the Crown Court and the Court of Appeal”.

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