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Court: Recall on Licence
Court: Recall on Licence
Released on licence from prison? Find out how not to get recalled and what happens if you are recalled on your licence, including the procedure by which you can…...
Getting Criminal Legal Aid
Getting Criminal Legal Aid
If you're arrested by the police on suspicion of a criminal offence, you are entitled to legal advice and assistance at the police station. You may also be entitled to…...
Investigation and Charge For An Offence
Investigation and Charge For An Offence
What steps the police will typically take to investigate a crime before it goes to court...
Preparing for Court
Preparing for Court
How to prepare for a court appearance if you are a young person, defendant, juror or a witness...
Punishment & Rehabilitation
Punishment & Rehabilitation
How the courts decide on a punishment for a crime and what offenders can expect in rehabilitation...
Release on Home Detention Curfew
Release on Home Detention Curfew
Do you have a loved one serving a prison service of between 3 months and four years? If so, they may be eligible for early release on Home Detention Curfew. Find out…...
Reporting a Crime
Reporting a Crime
How to report a crime if you are a witness or victim...
The Judge's Decision and Sentencing
The Judge's Decision and Sentencing
What kind of court is likely to hear your cases and what penalties can the judge hand down...
Things to Know When Attending Court
Things to Know When Attending Court
Things you should know about your appearance in court before your case is heard...
What Are Indeterminate Sentences?
What Are Indeterminate Sentences?
Prison sentences are divided into two distinct categories: determinate sentences and indeterminate sentences. Find out what happens when a person is sentenced to an…...
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