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Select your country and county to help us locate your nearest support service. The legal system in England and Wales has been around for a long time and is widely respected. You can find out more about how the system works from some of the organisations involved.

For more information on the criminal justice system create a free on My Support Space — a free online resource containing interactive guides including journey to justice to help you move forward after crime. Whether they end there or are sent to the Crown Court depends on how serious the crime is.

If a defendant the person accused of a crime is under 18, the case will normally be heard in a youth court. Hearings in the youth court are not open to the public and are less formal than adult courts. The most serious offences, however, such as murder or manslaughter, will be dealt with in the Crown Court. Magistrates are volunteers, and may also sit alongside a judge in the Crown Court for some cases.

Sometimes cases are tried by one magistrate, who is a lawyer. They are called a district judge. In the Crown Court, the CPS may prosecute the case through one of its Crown Advocates, or instruct a local barrister to prosecute on its behalf. The CPS is not the only prosecutor; criminal prosecutions can be brought by other government agencies and deated bodies on matters such as TV licensing, and environmental or health and safety violations.

The defence The defendant is entitled to be legally represented in criminal proceedings, whether they pay for their legal representation themselves, or they qualify for legal aid. The defence team will take instructions from the defendant and advise them on legal matters.

This will include evaluating whether the defendant has a viable defence based on the evidence presented by the prosecution. Expert witnesses An expert witness is usually someone such as a doctor or forensic scientist, who uses their expertise to interpret the evidence, either in support of the prosecution or to help the defence case.

Find out more about sentencing. Appeals A person convicted by the Crown Court can appeal to the Court of Appeal criminal division against their conviction or the sentence. If their initial appeals are rejected, they can apply for permission to appeal to the Supreme Court. Their appeal will usually be heard by a judge sitting with two magistrates.

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Menu Home Crime info What is a crime? Search. No where found. Please try again! Close Find help near you Select your country and county to help us locate your nearest support service Select your country. Select your location. The magistrate. The judge. The judge is responsible for overseeing the hearing, ruling on points of law and ensuring that the defendant gets a fair trial. The jury. There are 12 members of the public on a jury. After listening to all the evidence during the trial in the Crown Court, and any direction that the judge may give them, they decide whether the defendant is guilty.

When all the jurors agree that a defendant is guilty or innocent, it is known as a unanimous verdict. The prosecution.

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It is guided in its decision making by the Code for Crown Prosecutors. The defence. The defendant is entitled to be legally represented in criminal proceedings, whether they pay for their legal representation themselves, or they qualify for legal aid. Expert witnesses. An expert witness is usually someone such as a doctor or forensic scientist, who uses their expertise to interpret the evidence, either in support of the prosecution or to help the defence case.

If a defendant ple guilty, or is found guilty by the court or jury, the magistrates or a judge will decide on the most appropriate sentence to reflect the crime. The sentencing process is quite complicated, and has to follow sentencing guidelines. These guidelines help to ensure that there is a consistent approach to sentencing for similar offences across all courts. A person convicted by the Crown Court can appeal to the Court of Appeal criminal division against their conviction or the sentence.

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