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Criminal Procedure (Legal Assistance, Detention and Appeals) (Scotland) Act 2010

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5Extension of time for late appeals: right to make representationsS

(1)The 1995 Act is amended as follows.

(2)In section 111 (supplementary provision about appeals in solemn cases), after subsection (2) insert—

(2A)An application under subsection (2) seeking extension of the period mentioned in section 109(1) of this Act must—

(a)state—

(i)the reasons why the applicant failed to comply with the time limit in section 109(1), and

(ii)the proposed grounds of appeal, and

(b)be intimated in writing by the applicant to the Crown Agent.

(2B)If the prosecutor so requests within 7 days of receipt of intimation of the application under subsection (2A)(b), the prosecutor must be given an opportunity to make representations before the application is determined.

(2C)Any representations may be made in writing or, if the prosecutor so requests, orally at a hearing; and if a hearing is fixed, the applicant must also be given an opportunity to be heard..

(3)In section 181 (extension of time for appeals in summary cases)—

(a)after subsection (2) insert—

(2A)An application for a direction under subsection (1) in relation to the requirements of section 176(1) of this Act must—

(a)state—

(i)the reasons why the applicant failed to comply with the requirements of section 176(1), and

(ii)the proposed grounds of appeal, and

(b)be intimated in writing by the applicant to the respondent or the respondent's solicitor.

(2B)If the respondent so requests within 7 days of receipt of intimation of the application under subsection (2A)(b), the respondent must be given an opportunity to make representations before the application is determined.

(2C)Any representations may be made in writing or, if the respondent so requests, orally at a hearing; and if a hearing is fixed, the applicant must also be given an opportunity to be heard., and

(b)in subsection (3)(a), after “hearing” insert “ (unless the respondent has requested a hearing under subsection (2C)) ”.

(4)The amendments made by this section have effect in relation to any application made under section 111(2) or, as the case may be, 181(1) of the 1995 Act on or after the day on which this Act comes into force.

6Time limit for lodging bills of advocation and bills of suspensionS

(1)After section 191 (appeal by suspension or advocation) of the 1995 Act, insert—

191ATime limit for lodging bills of advocation and bills of suspension

(1)This section applies where a party wishes—

(a)to appeal to the High Court under section 191(1) of this Act by bill of suspension against a conviction or by advocation against an acquittal, or

(b)to appeal to the High Court against, or to bring under review of the High Court, any other decision in a summary prosecution by bill of suspension or by advocation.

(2)The party must lodge the bill of suspension or bill of advocation within 3 weeks of the date of the conviction, acquittal or, as the case may be, other decision to which the bill relates.

(3)The High Court may, on the application of the party, extend the time limit in subsection (2).

(4)An application under subsection (3) must—

(a)state—

(i)the reasons why the applicant failed to comply with the time limit in subsection (2), and

(ii)the proposed grounds of appeal or review, and

(b)be intimated in writing by the applicant to the other party to the prosecution.

(5)If the other party so requests within 7 days of receipt of intimation of the application under subsection (4)(b), the other party must be given an opportunity to make representations before the application is determined.

(6)Any representations may be made in writing or, if the other party so requests, orally at a hearing; and if a hearing is fixed, the applicant must also be given an opportunity to be heard..

(2)In the case where the date of the conviction, acquittal or other decision referred to in subsection (1) of section 191A of the 1995 Act (as inserted by subsection (1) of this section) is before the date on which this Act comes into force, subsection (2) of section 191A (as so inserted) has effect as if, for the reference to the date of the conviction, acquittal or, as the case may be, other decision, there were substituted a reference to the date on which this Act comes into force.

7References by the Scottish Criminal Cases Review CommissionS

(1)The 1995 Act is amended as follows.

(2)In section 194B (SCCRC's power to refer cases to the High Court), in subsection (1), before “the case” insert “ , subject to section 194DA of this Act, ”.

(3)In section 194C (grounds for reference)—

(a)the existing words become subsection (1), and

(b)after that subsection, insert—

(2)In determining whether or not it is in the interests of justice that a reference should be made, the Commission must have regard to the need for finality and certainty in the determination of criminal proceedings..

(4)After section 194D, insert—

194DAHigh Court's power to reject a reference made by the Commission

(1)Where the Commission has referred a case to the High Court under section 194B of this Act, the High Court may, despite section 194B(1), reject the reference if the Court considers that it is not in the interests of justice that any appeal arising from the reference should proceed.

(2)In determining whether or not it is in the interests of justice that any appeal arising from the reference should proceed, the High Court must have regard to the need for finality and certainty in the determination of criminal proceedings.

(3)On rejecting a reference under this section, the High Court may make such order as it considers necessary or appropriate..

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