On an appeal1 against a finding that a charge has been proved, the Summary Appeal Court2 may confirm or quash the finding concerned3, or may substitute for the finding concerned a finding that another charge has been proved4. Where the court quashes the finding, or (if there is more than one finding) every finding, made in respect of the appellant, it must quash the punishment which relates to that finding or, as the case may be, to those findings5. At a rehearing as respects punishment6 the Summary Appeal Court may: (1) confirm the punishment awarded7; or (2) quash that
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