Where a person has been acquitted of a specified serious offence in court martial or appeal proceedings the Court Martial Appeal Court may, where there is new and compelling evidence relating to the case and it is in both the public interest and in the interests of justice to do so, order that the person's acquittal is to be quashed and he is to be retried
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