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S.9 CAA 1968

Appeals from crown for sentencing

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S.1(1) CAA 1968

Appeals from Crown for conviction

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S.15 CAA 1968

CCRM independent body, gives powers to investigate cases

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S.33 CAA 1968

APPEALING from COURT OF APPEAL to SUPREME COURT

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S.11(3) CAA 1968

Court of appeal can’t increase crown sentence

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Code C 10.1

Caution on interview

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S.28 PACE

Arrest procedure
- why and state arrest even if obvious

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S.58 PACE

Free legal advice / solicit privately

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S56 (1) PACE

Right to intimation

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S.76 (2) PACE

2 (a) - oppression
2 (b) - unreliability

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Code C 11.18

You’re unable for interview if (a) you can’t reasonably understand the significance of questioning and answers or (b) your understanding is affected by drugs, alcohol, condition or illness

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Code D

ID procedure

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Code D s.3.12

Requires ID procedure if suspect denies being the person eyewitness claims.

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S.17 YJCE Act 1999

Special measure for fear and distressed witness

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Special measures CrimPR

CrimPR 18 s.16-33
special measures eg)
S.23 screens
S.24 live link
Removal of wigs / gown

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S.32 YJCE Act 1999

Warning jury against prejudice of D

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S.116(2)(e)

Hearsay for fearful witness

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S.53(3) YJCE Act 1999

Competence test.
Must be understood and can understand

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S.53(4) YJCE Act 1999

Not competent

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“Doesn’t require 100% understanding”

R v Sed 2004

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S.23 YJCE Act 1999

Screens

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S.24 YJCE Act 1999

Live link

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S.117 PACE

Use of reasonable force in arrest or PACE procedures

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S.28 PACE

Arrest procedure

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S.30(a) PACE

Must be taken to police station on arrest, may be delayed if u practicable to do so immediately

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Code C 10.4 & 10.5

Caution on arrest

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Code G para 3.4 (a)

Delaying caution until practicable

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S.24 PACE

Arrest without warrant

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S.4 CJA 2003

Street bail

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S.36 CJPO Act 1994

Inferences from silence - failure to account for marks on clothing eg) blood on top

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S.17 LASPO

Merits test

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CRM 15

Financial statement

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CRM 14

Interest of justice statement

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CRM 16

Hardship fund

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Access to Justice such 3 para 5(2)

Provisions for interest of justice

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S.98 CJA 2003

Bad Character Evidence

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S.112 CJA 2003

Definition of misconduct

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S.101(1) CJA

Admissibility of bad character

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S.51 CDA 1998

Case sent forthwith to crown

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Galbraith Test

Submitting no case to answer

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S.139 YJCE

Special measures, memory document

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S.82(1) PACE

Confession definition

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S.3 CPIA

Disclosure objective test
Does it undermine prosecutions case, could it assist defence

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S.6 CPIA

Voluntary disclosure in Mags

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S.5 CPIA

Mandatory disclosure in Crown

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Art 6(3) ECHR

Entitlement to legal aid

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Access to Justice sch 3 para 5(2)

Provisions for interest of justice

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S. 4 Bail Act

Prima Facie right to bail

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Art 5 ECHR

Right to bail

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S.25 CJPO

Reasons to deny bail, for precons of rape murder man slaughtered

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Sch 1 bail act

Refusing bail

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Sch 1 bail act
Para 1

Offence punishable by imprisonment

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Sch 1 bail act
Para 2

Reasonable to believe D would FTS, offend on bail or alter course of justice.