(1) In relation to a person charged in accordance with section 87(4)—
(a) section 38 of the 1984 Act (including any provision of that section as applied by section 40(10) of that Act) has effect as if, in subsection (1), for “either on bail or without bail” there were substituted “on bail”,
(b) section 47(3) of that Act does not apply and references in section 38 of that Act to bail are references to bail subject to a duty to appear before the Crown Court at such place as the custody officer may appoint and at such time, not later than 24 hours after the person is released, as that officer may appoint, and
(c) section 43B of the Magistrates' Courts Act 1980 (c 43) does not apply.
(2) Where such a person is, after being charged—
(a) kept in police detent
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