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The Criminal Legal Aid (Remuneration) (Amendment) Regulations 2018

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 Preliminary

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. PART 2 Amendment of the Criminal Legal Aid (Remuneration) Regulations 2013

    1. 2.Introductory

    2. 3.Amendment of regulation 2 (interpretation)

    3. 4.Amendment of regulation 21 (hardship payments)

    4. 5.Amendment of regulation 28 (redetermination of fees by appropriate officer)

    5. 6.Amendment of Schedule 1 (advocates’ graduated fee scheme)

    6. 7.In paragraph 1 (interpretation)— (a) in sub-paragraph (1), in the...

    7. 8.(1) Paragraph 3 (class of offences) is amended as follows....

    8. 9.In paragraph 4 (calculation of graduated fees)—

    9. 10.For paragraph 5 (table of fees), substitute— Basic fees For the purposes of paragraph 4, in relation to the...

    10. 11.For paragraph 6(2) (scope of Part 3), substitute—

    11. 12.(1) Paragraph 7 (calculation of graduated fees in guilty pleas...

    12. 13.For paragraph 8 (tables of fees), substitute— Basic fees for...

    13. 14.For paragraph 9(2) (scope of Part 4), substitute—

    14. 15.In paragraph 11(2) (general provisions)— (a) omit “(B)”;

    15. 16.In paragraph 12 (fees for standard appearances)—

    16. 17.In paragraph 13(1) (fees for abuse of process, etc.)—

    17. 18.For paragraph 15 (fees for sentencing hearings), substitute— Fees for...

    18. 19.In paragraph 17 (fees for special preparation)—

    19. 20.In paragraph 19(2) (fees for conferences and views)—

    20. 21.After paragraph 19, insert— Fees for further case management hearings...

    21. 22.In paragraph 20 (fees for appeals, committals for sentence and...

    22. 23.In paragraph 22 (discontinuance or dismissal of proceedings)—

    23. 24.In paragraph 24 (fixed fees), for the table following that...

    24. 25.After paragraph 24 (and within Part 5 (fixed fees)), insert—...

    25. 26.In paragraph 27 (additional charges and additional cases), for sub-paragraph...

    26. 27.In paragraph 29 (non-local appearances), omit “or the nearest advocate’s...

    27. 28.Omit paragraph 30 (trials lasting over 40 days) and the...

    28. 29.In paragraph 32(2) (cross examination of witness)—

    29. 30.Part 7 (table of offences) becomes Part 7 of Schedule...

    30. 31.Amendment of Schedule 2 (litigators’ graduated fee scheme)

    31. 32.Amendment of Schedule 3 (proceedings in the Court of Appeal)

  4. PART 3 Consequential amendment

    1. 33.Amendment of the Criminal Legal Aid (Contribution Orders) Regulations 2013

  5. PART 4 Savings

    1. 34.Savings

  6. Signature

  7. Explanatory Note

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