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The Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996 (CPIA 1996) sets out the disclosure duties of both the prosecution and the defendant in criminal proceedings. For information on prosecution disclosure obligations in the Crown Court, see Practice Note: The service of prosecution evidence.
On 1 May 2010, section 6C of the CPIA 1996, as inserted by the Criminal Justice Act 2003, s 34, (CJA 2003) was brought into force. It requires the accused in a criminal case to give the prosecutor and the court a notice indicating whether the accused intends to call any witnesses at trial and giving the name, address and date of birth of those witnesses. This obligation previously existed in relation to a witness giving evidence in support of an alibi pursuant to CPIA 1996, s 6A(2).
The CPIA 1996 (Defence Disclosure Time Limits) Regulations 2011 (DDTLR 2011), SI 2011/209 replaced the CPIA 1996 (Defence Disclosure Time Limits) Regulations 1997, SI 1997/684 and the CPIA 1996 (Notification of Intention to Call Defence Witnesses) (Time Limits) Regulations 2010, SI 2010/214. Regulation 2 of the DDTLR 2011 extends the time within which to serve a defence case statement and defence witness notice in Crown Court proceedings from 14 days to 28 days after the prosecution complies or purports to comply with CPIA 1996, s 3 (the
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