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SUPREME COURT (CRIMINAL PROCEDURE) RULES 2017 - REG 2.05

Application for leave to appeal against conviction or sentence

    (1)     An application for leave to appeal against conviction under section 274 of the Act is commenced by filing with the Registrar a notice of application for leave to appeal in Form 6–2A.

Note

Section 275(1) of the Act requires the notice of application for leave to appeal to be filed within 28 days after the day on which the person is sentenced, subject to any extension under section 313 of the Act.

    (2)     An application for leave to appeal against sentence under section 278 of the Act is commenced by filing with the Registrar a notice of application for leave to appeal in Form 6–2B.

Note

Section 279(1) of the Act requires the notice of application for leave to appeal to be filed within 28 days after the day on which the person is sentenced, subject to any extension under section 313 of the Act.

    (3)     An application for leave to appeal against sentence under section 283 of the Act is commenced by filing with the Registrar a notice of application for leave to appeal in Form 6–2C.

Note

Section 284 of the Act requires the notice of application for leave to appeal to be filed within 28 days after the day on which the person is sentenced by the County Court, subject to any extension under section 313 of the Act.

    (4)     A notice of application for leave to appeal shall—

        (a)     state each ground of appeal specifically and concisely, and not merely in general terms; and

        (b)     be accompanied by a written case in support of the application in accordance with any applicable practice direction.



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