Where will the either way  offence be heard?
Where will the either way  offence be heard?
Plea before venue – the defendant is asked whether    he pleads guilty or not guilty to the offence.
If guilty the case is automatically heard by the                Magistrates’ Court
they retain the option of sending the defendant to           the Crown Court if necessary
If the defendant pleads not guilty a mode of       trial procedure must take place
The magistrates first consider whether they think the case is suitable for trial in the Magistrates’                      ...
If not suitable transfer it to the Crown Court for                       trial
accept jurisdiction of the case D is given thechoice of which court he wishes to be tried in.
Youth Courts
Criminal Procedure: Triable Either Way Offences
Criminal Procedure: Triable Either Way Offences
Criminal Procedure: Triable Either Way Offences
Criminal Procedure: Triable Either Way Offences
Criminal Procedure: Triable Either Way Offences
Criminal Procedure: Triable Either Way Offences
Criminal Procedure: Triable Either Way Offences
Criminal Procedure: Triable Either Way Offences
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Criminal Procedure: Triable Either Way Offences

  1. 1. Where will the either way offence be heard?
  2. 2. Where will the either way offence be heard?
  3. 3. Plea before venue – the defendant is asked whether he pleads guilty or not guilty to the offence.
  4. 4. If guilty the case is automatically heard by the Magistrates’ Court
  5. 5. they retain the option of sending the defendant to the Crown Court if necessary
  6. 6. If the defendant pleads not guilty a mode of trial procedure must take place
  7. 7. The magistrates first consider whether they think the case is suitable for trial in the Magistrates’ Court.
  8. 8. If not suitable transfer it to the Crown Court for trial
  9. 9. accept jurisdiction of the case D is given thechoice of which court he wishes to be tried in.
  10. 10. Youth Courts

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