Criminal Law

Bethany Taylor6022
Quiz by Bethany Taylor6022, updated more than 1 year ago
Bethany Taylor6022
Created by Bethany Taylor6022 over 5 years ago
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Question 1

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To which court is an appeal normally made from the Magistrates' Court?
Answer
  • Crown Court
  • High Court
  • Supreme Court
  • Court of Appeal

Question 2

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A case stated appeal is an appeal made by the [blank_start]High Court[blank_end] due to the [blank_start]Judge[blank_end] making a mistake with the Law.
Answer
  • High Court
  • Judge

Question 3

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To which court is an appeal made after a trial in Crown Court?
Answer
  • High Court
  • Court of Appeal
  • Supreme Court
  • Magistrates Court

Question 4

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[blank_start]Prosecution[blank_end] have the right to make an [blank_start]appeal[blank_end] after an acquittal in the Crown Court when new compelling [blank_start]evidence[blank_end] is found or the jury is bribed.
Answer
  • Prosecution
  • appeal
  • evidence
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