The proceedings from which an appeal against sentence after summary conviction1 lies are those where an offender convicted of an offence by a magistrates' court:
(1) is committed by the court to be dealt with for his offence before the Crown Court2; or
(2) appears or is brought before the Crown Court to be further dealt with for an offence in respect of which he had been made the subject of a conditional discharge or a community order or had been given a suspended sentence
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