Someone convicted of an offence at the Crown Court may appeal against the sentence passed to the Court of Appeal, criminal division. The procedure is commenced by applying for permission to appeal. This can be done by lodging a form NG to the Crown Court passing sentence within 28 days of the sentence being passed. A person can still appeal outside the 28 day limit but they will require permission from the Court of Appeal to do so.
There are several different grounds for appealing a conviction, depending on the circumstances. These include (but are not limited to) where there have been procedural errors, where the Judge didn’t direct the Jury fairly, where evidence was admitted wrongly or excluded or where fresh evidence is available. Our solicitors can help you to get the very best outcome.
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