Criminal Procedure Rules—update October 2014 [Archived]
Criminal Procedure Rules—update October 2014 [Archived]

The following Corporate Crime practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Criminal Procedure Rules—update October 2014 [Archived]
  • What is changing in the Criminal Procedure Rules?
  • Appeal to the High Court in an extradition case
  • Expert evidence
  • Case management: preparation for Crown Court trial
  • Trial and sentence in the Crown Court
  • Service of documents: special provision for some road traffic cases, and other amendments
  • Applications for access to confidential material used to obtain a search warrant etc
  • Sending for trial for low-value shoplifting
  • Marking paper copies of the Crown Court indictment
  • More...

ARCHIVED: This archived Practice Note provides background information on the changes to criminal procedure which came into force on 6 October 2014 under the Criminal Procedure Rules 2014, SI 2014/1610 . These regulations have been revoked. The current rules on criminal procedure are contained in the Criminal Procedure Rules 2015, SI 2015/1490 as amended. See Practice Note: The Criminal Procedure Rules.

This Practice Note states the law as at 6 October 2014 and is not maintained. It is for background information only.

What is changing in the Criminal Procedure Rules?

The new consolidated Criminal Procedure Rules 2014, SI 2014/1610 (Crim PR 2014) and the updated Criminal Practice Directions come into force on Monday 6 October 2014. The following Practice Note outlines these changes and provides links, where relevant, to our new and updated content. The most significant changes are dealt with in the Practice Notes referred to below. The content throughout the Corporate Crime practice area has been updated generally to take into account any changes as a result of the Crim PR 2014.

Appeal to the High Court in an extradition case

Part 17 (Extradition) is enlarged to include new rules governing the procedure in the High Court on an appeal to that court from a decision of the magistrates' court or of the Secretary of State. Some of the existing rules are amended as a result of

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