An appeal against a decision of the Crown Court in relation to a serious crime prevention order1 may be made to the Court of Appeal2 by the person who is the subject of the order3 or the relevant applicant authority4. An appeal may also be made to the Court of Appeal by an affected party5 in relation to a decision of the Crown Court to make a serious crime prevention order6 or to vary, or not to vary, such an order7. Any such appeal lies only with the leave of the Court of Appeal8 unless the judge who made
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