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

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Amendment of Schedule 1 (advocates’ graduated fee scheme)

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

Fixed fees

Category of workParagraph providing for feeJunior Alone or Led JuniorLeading JuniorQueen’s Counsel
Standard Appearance12(2)£90 per day£135 per day£180 per day
Abuse of process hearing13(1)(a) and (3)

£238 full day

£130 half day

£346 full day

£195 half day

£497 full day

£260 half day

Hearings relating to disclosure13(1)(b), (c) and (3)

£238 full day

£130 half day

£346 full day

£195 half day

£497 full day

£260 half day

Hearings relating to the admissibility of evidence13(1)(d) and (3)

£238 full day

£130 half day

£346 full day

£195 half day

£497 full day

£260 half day

Ground rules hearings13(1)(da) and (3)

£238 full day

£130 half day

£346 full day

£195 half day

£497 full day

£260 half day

Hearings on withdrawal of guilty plea13(1)(e) and (3)

£238 full day

£130 half day

£346 full day £195 half day£497 full day £260 half day
Sentencing hearing15£125 per day£190 per day£250 per day
Deferred sentencing hearing15(2)£173 per day£238 per day£324 per day
Ineffective trial hearing16£300 per day£300 per day£300 per day
Special preparation17£39 per hour£56 per hour£74 per hour
Wasted preparation18£39 per hour£56 per hour£74 per hour
Conferences and views19£40 per hour£60 per hour£80 per hour
Further case management hearing19A£100 per day£150 per day£200 per day
Plea and trial preparation hearing19A£125 per day£190 per day£250 per day
Appeals to the Crown Court against sentence20£150 per day£225 per day£300 per day
Appeals to the Crown Court against conviction20£250 per day£375 per day£500 per day
Proceedings relating to the breach of an order of the Crown Court20(1)£108 per day£151 per day£216 per day
Committal for sentence20(1) and (2)£150 per day£225 per day£300 per day
Adjourned appeals, committals for sentence and breach hearings20(2)£87 per day£130 per day£173 per day
Bail applications, mentions and other applications in appeal, committals for sentence and breach hearings20(3)£87 per day£130 per day£173 per day
Second and subsequent days of an application to dismiss22(6)£238 full day £130 half day£346 full day £195 half day£497 full day £260 half day
Noting brief23£108 per day£108 per day£108 per day
Hearing for mitigation of sentence34£108 per day£173 per day£260 per day.

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