The proceedings before the Court Martial Appeal Court1 are in most respects identical to a hearing before the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)2. On determining an appeal, the Appeal Court normally delivers only one judgment3. The Appeal Court must allow an appeal, on the same basis as the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division), if it thinks that the conviction is unsafe4. In any other case the Appeal Court must dismiss the appeal5. If the court allows an appeal against conviction, it must quash the conviction6. On the determination of any appeal to the Appeal Court or to the Supreme
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