Powers of Criminal Courts (Sentencing) Act 2000
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Published by Stationery Office in London .
Written in English

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Royal assent, 25th May 2000.

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Number of Pages231
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Open LibraryOL16350027M
ISBN 100105406007

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Power of Crown Court to allow time for payment, or payment by instalments, of costs and compensation. Power of Crown Court to order search of persons before it. Part VII Further powers of courts. Powers to deprive offender of property used etc. for purposes of crime. Powers to deprive offender of property used etc. for purposes of crime.   Powers of court under Code of Criminal Procedure, Courts. Administration of justice is the most important function of the state. For this purpose our constitution has set up a various classes of courts. The Supreme Court, the apex body, followed by 21 High Courts which have been created by the constitution of India, and their jurisdiction.   This articles contains the law as to the constitution and powers of criminal courts in general law as to constitution and powers of criminal courts and offices in Pakistan is given in Part II of the Code of Criminal Procedure, (Act V of ). There are also special laws on various subjects which have special : Justice Dr. Munir Ahmad Mughal.   Apart from the SC and the HC’s, Section 6 of the CrPC has specified certain classes of criminal courts: Courts of Session. Judicial Magistrates of the First Class and in any metropolitan area – Metropolitan Magistrates. Judicial Magistrates of the Second Class. Executive Magistrates.

Courts. Article of the Constitution of India makes the Supreme Court a 'court of record' and confers all the powers of such a court including the power to punish for its contempt as well as of its subordinate courts. Article of the Constitution of India provides that the law declared by Supreme Court is binding on all courts. the court structure, both civil and criminal, and relevant routes of appeal. Learning outcomes 1 and 2 explore the structure and framework of both the civil and criminal courts in England and Wales and the roles and powers of lay and paid personnel involved in the administration of justice, including the role of the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS). Powers of Criminal Courts (Sentencing) Act , Section is up to date with all changes known to be in force on or before 04 May There are changes that may be brought into force at a future date. Changes that have been made appear in . The powers of the Criminal Cases Review Commission Introduction 1. Independent public body. The Criminal Case Review Commission (CCRC) is an independent public body which was set up under the Criminal Appeals Act to review possible miscarriages of justice in magistrates courts and the Crown Courts of England, Wales and Northern Size: 51KB.

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