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Assignment On Procedure And Sentencing.

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Crimes Criminal law Law Summary offence Indictable offence Jury Demerzel
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Crimes Criminal law Law Summary offence Indictable offence Jury Demerzel
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What you can expect Firstly, the severity of the charge must be determined to give you accurate advice on what to expect from the ensuing process. Aggravated assault causing harm to another carries a maximum penalty, if convicted, of 4 years imprisonment.1 The charge is therefore classified as a minor indictable offence.2 I understand that at this moment you are not in police custody. For an indictable offence the court may either issue a warrant for your arrest to be brought before the court and then remand you in custody or on bail or, provide you with a written summons to appear at an appointed time and place.3 I am not able to provide you with a timeframe as to when an information must be filed in court...
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