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Legal Studies- Chapter 3 Notes

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Legal Studies- Chapter 3 Notes
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Law Criminal law Government Crimes Courts of the Republic of Ireland Summary offence High Court Courts of England and Wales Indictable offence Committal procedure Jury Prosecutor
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Law Criminal law Government Crimes Courts of the Republic of Ireland Summary offence High Court Courts of England and Wales Indictable offence Committal procedure Jury Prosecutor
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Factors that affect which court a criminal offence is heard in: • If it is a summary/indictable offence • First hearing or appeal. • Nature of offence (certain courts for particular offences) • Age of accused (under 18 etc.) • Type of hearing (bail, trial or committal) • Whether crime is an offence under federal or state Case will be heard in appraise lace in Court hierarchy. Court Hierarchy: System of courts in a jurisdiction. • The type of offence determines which court hierarchy would be used. (if offence is under commonwealth law then the offence will be prosecuted by the commonwealth DPP.) • The judiciary Act 1903 (Cth) : Gives state/territory courts power to hear federal cases and treat it under state law. • All courts (state & federal) are under the High court of Australia. HIGH COU...
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