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The Criminal Procedure Act 2009 has been in operation for a few years now. While there continues to be interpretation and amendment of its provisions, the transition from the old legislation to the new has successfully been made, and a blog exclusively dedicated to the Act is no longer necessary.

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254. Right of appeal

254. Right of appeal

A person convicted of an offence by the Magistrates' Court in a criminal proceeding conducted in accordance with Part 3.3 may appeal to the County Court against—

(a) the conviction and sentence imposed by the court; or
(b) sentence alone.


See the definitions of conviction and sentence in section 3.


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