Where the Court of Appeal has concluded its review of a case referred to it1 the Attorney General or the person to whose sentencing the reference relates may refer a point of law involved in any sentence passed on that person in the proceeding to the Supreme Court for its opinion, and that court must consider the point and give its opinion on it accordingly and either remit the case to the Court of Appeal to be dealt with or deal with it itself2. Such a reference may be made only with the leave of the Court of Appeal
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