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Ministry of Justice

Forms

[This page was last updated on September 2010]

This page sets out the eleven categories that make up the framework for The Criminal Procedure Rules 2010 and sets out the forms to be used in conjunction with them.

The Consolidated Criminal Practice Direction includes lists of forms and these appear at Annexes D and E.

Most of the forms are listed in Annex D, which may be amended from time to time by the Lord Chief Justice.

Case management forms, for use in connection with Part 3 of The Criminal Procedure Rules, are listed in Annex E.  Changes to the Annex E forms may be authorised by the Lord Chief Justice without amending the Practice Direction.

When the Lord Chief Justice amends of the Practice Direction, or authorises new case management forms, news appears on the Criminal Procedure Rules What's New? pages.

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General matters

Preliminary proceedings

Part 6 - Investigation orders

Part 7 - Starting a prosecution

Part 8 - Objecting to discontinuance of proceedings in a magistrates' court

Part 10 - Committal for trial

Part 11 - Transfer for trial of serious fraud cases or cases involving children

Part 12 - Sending for trial

Part 13 - Dismissal of charges sent or transferred to the Crown Court

Part 14 - The indictment

Part 15 - Preparatory hearings in cases of serious fraud and other complex, serious or lengthy cases in the Crown Court

Part 16 - Restrictions on reporting and public access

Part 17 - Extradition

Custody and bail

Disclosure

Evidence

Part 27 - Witness statements

Part 28 - Witness summonses, warrants and orders

Part 29 - Measures to assist a witness or defendant to give evidence

Part 30 - [Empty]

Part 31 - Restriction on cross-examination by a defendant acting in person

Part 32 - International co-operation

Part 33 - Expert evidence

Part 34 - Hearsay evidence

Part 35 - Evidence of bad character

Part 36 - Evidence of a complainant's previous sexual behaviour

Trial

Part 37 - Trial and sentence in a magistrates' court

Part 39 - Trial on indictment

Part 40 - Tainted acquittals

Part 41 - Retrial following acquittal for serious offence

Sentencing

Part 56 - Confiscation proceedings under the Criminal Justice Act 1988 and Drug Trafficking Act 1994

Part 57 - Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 – rules applicable to all proceedings

Part 58 - Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 – rules applicable only to confiscation proceedings

Part 59 - Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 – rules applicable only to restraint proceedings

Part 60 - Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 – rules applicable only to receivership proceedings

Part 61 - Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 – rules applicable to restraint and receivership proceedings

Contempt of court

Appeal

Part 63 – Appeal to the Crown Court

Part 64 - Appeal to the High Court by way of case stated

Part 65 - Appeal to the Court of Appeal : general rules

Part 66 - Appeal to the Court of Appeal against ruling at preparatory hearing

Part 67 - Appeal to the Court of Appeal against ruling adverse to prosecution

Part 68 - Appeal to the Court of Appeal about conviction or sentence

Part 69 - Appeal to the Court of Appeal regarding reporting or public access restriction

Part 70 - Reference to the Court of Appeal of point of law or unduly lenient sentencing

Part 71 – Appeal to the Court of Appeal under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 – general rules

Part 72 - Appeal to the Court of Appeal under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 – prosecutor's appeal regarding confiscation

Part 73 - Appeal to the Court of Appeal under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 - restraint or receivership orders

Part 74 - Appeal or reference to the Supreme Court

Part 75 - Request to the European Court for a preliminary ruling

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