Committal For Sentence In Crown Court

Committal For Sentence In Crown Court. The figures include all staff preparation costs, including advocacy in magistrates' courts and time spent in the crown court by paralegal officers/assistants. Where, following conviction in a magistrates’ court, the prosecutor applies for the offender to be committed to the crown court with a view to a confiscation order being considered, the magistrates’ court must commit the offender to the crown court to be sentenced there (section 70 of the proceeds of crime act 2002).

The Magistrates' Courts (Criminal Justice Act 1991
The Magistrates' Courts (Criminal Justice Act 1991 from www.legislation.gov.uk

The figures include all staff preparation costs, including advocacy in magistrates' courts and time spent in the crown court by paralegal officers/assistants. Add to these figures witness expenses, counsel fees or crown advocate's advocacy costs (for crown court cases), and other specific costs, where appropriate. Where, following conviction in a magistrates’ court, the prosecutor applies for the offender to be committed to the crown court with a view to a confiscation order being considered, the magistrates’ court must commit the offender to the crown court to be sentenced there (section 70 of the proceeds of crime act 2002).

The Magistrates' Courts (Criminal Justice Act 1991

The figures include all staff preparation costs, including advocacy in magistrates' courts and time spent in the crown court by paralegal officers/assistants. The figures include all staff preparation costs, including advocacy in magistrates' courts and time spent in the crown court by paralegal officers/assistants. Where, following conviction in a magistrates’ court, the prosecutor applies for the offender to be committed to the crown court with a view to a confiscation order being considered, the magistrates’ court must commit the offender to the crown court to be sentenced there (section 70 of the proceeds of crime act 2002). Add to these figures witness expenses, counsel fees or crown advocate's advocacy costs (for crown court cases), and other specific costs, where appropriate.