62 Right of appeal in respect of evidentiary rulings
62 Right of appeal in respect of evidentiary rulings

(1)     The prosecution may, in accordance with this section and section 63, appeal in respect of—

(a)     a single qualifying evidentiary ruling, or

(b)     two or more qualifying evidentiary rulings.

(2)     A “qualifying evidentiary ruling” is an evidentiary ruling of a judge in relation to a trial on indictment which is made at any time (whether before or after the commencement of the trial) before the opening of the case for the defence.

(3)     The prosecution may not appeal in respect of a single qualifying evidentiary ruling unless the ruling relates to one or more qualifying offences (whether or not it relates to any other offence).

(4)     The prosecut

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