An appeal lies to the Court of Appeal1 in respect of any hospital order2, with or without a restriction order3, or any interim hospital order4 or any hospital direction and limitation direction5 made by the Crown Court6 following conviction on indictment7. An appeal will also lie in respect of such orders made by the Crown Court following a summary conviction8. Where there is a special verdict that the accused is not guilty by reason of insanity, or there are findings that
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