The Crown Court has power, instead of passing sentence, to respite judgment and require a person who has been convicted of any offence, the penalty for which is not fixed by law, to enter into recognisances, with or without sureties, to come up for judgment when called upon1. If the Crown Court is considering binding over an individual to come up for judgment, it should specify any conditions with which the individual is to comply in the meantime and not specify that the individual is to be of good behaviour
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