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Can You Appeal After a County Court Appe...

Can You Appeal After a County Court Appeal From Magistrates Court?

Area of Law – Practice and Procedure An Article about Can you appeal after a County Court Appeal from Magistrates Court? Can you appeal from County Court after appeal from Magistrates Court In Victoria you have matters heard summarily (in the Magistrastes Court) and then they can be appealed to the County Court. That appeal […]

Appeal in Criminal Case on Basis of Crus...

Appeal in Criminal Case on Basis of Crushing Sentence

Area of Law – Practice and Procedure An Article about Appeal in criminal case on basis of crushing sentence Appeal – crushing sentence There are many reasons for appealing decisions. The most common ground of appeal against a sentence from the County Court to the Court of appeal is that the sentence was manifestly excessive […]

Appeal Because of New Evidence

Appeal Because of New Evidence

Area of Law – Sentencing An Article about Appeal because of new evidence Appeal From County Court to Court of Appeal on Basis of Fresh Evidence People often approach us on the basis that they have been found guilty and that there is new evidence that would affect that finding of guilt. People want to […]