Court of Criminal Appeal

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Court of Criminal Appeal

Court of Criminal Appeal

Court of Criminal Appeal

SCHEMBRI, Carmelo (1922 - 1997), Chief Justice of Malta and President of the Constitutional Court, Court of Appeal and Court of Criminal Appeal, 1981–87

Remedying miscarriages of justice: the history of the Court of Criminal Appeal

HALLETT, Heather (Carol) (born 1949), a Lord Justice of Appeal, since 2005; Vice-President, Court of Appeal (Criminal Division), since 2013

Treaty between Prussia and Waldeck constituting the Superior Court at Berlin the Final Court of Criminal Appeal for Waldeck, signed at Berlin, 1 February 1851

Dorprey v First Instance Criminal Court N 7 of Valencia, Constitutional appeal, ILDC 1418 (ES 2007), 22nd October 2007, Constitutional Court

PM v Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court, Constitutional appeal (recurso de amparo), ILDC 1794 (ES 2002), 3rd April 2002, Constitutional Court

Mbarushimana v International Criminal Court, Pre-Trial Chamber I, Appeal judgment, No 10-87759, ILDC 2518 (FR 2011), 4th January 2011, France; Court of Cassation [Cass]; Criminal Division

Criminal Prosecution of the Captain of the Western Winner, Public Prosecutor v Belgium, Appeal Judgment, T Strafr 2001, 267, ILDC 40 (BE 2001), 19th January 2001, Court of Appeal

BLANDFORD, Eric George (1916 - 2006), Assistant Registrar of Criminal Appeals, Royal Courts of Justice, 1978–81

Miccio, Final appeal judgment, No 48/2015, ILDC 2463 (IT 2015), 5th January 2015, Italy; Supreme Court of Cassation; 6th Criminal Section

TGG, Final appeal judgment, No 30087/2014, ILDC 2215 (IT 2014), 9th July 2014, Italy; Supreme Court of Cassation; 6th Criminal Section

X v Public Prosecutor, Appeal judgment, No 13-87888, ILDC 2718 (FR 2014), 26th February 2014, France; Court of Cassation [Cass]; Criminal Division

PEGDEN, Jeffrey Vincent (born 1950), QC 1996, a Circuit Judge, since 2007; a Circuit Judge, Court of Appeal Criminal Division, since 2015

VENNE, Roger André (born 1946), Queen’s Coroner and Attorney, Master of the Crown Office, Registrar of Criminal Appeals, Registrar of the Courts-Martial Appeal Court and a Master of the Queen’s Bench Division, 2003–11

Medellín (José Ernesto) v Dretke (Director, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division), Decision of Court of Criminal Appeals (Texas), App No AP-75, 207, 223 S.W.3d 315 (Tex.Crim.App. 2006), ILDC 669 (US 2006), 15th November 2006, Court of Criminal Appeals [Tex. Crim. App.]

Gaddafi case, General Prosecutor at the Court of Appeal of Paris, Appeal judgment, Appeal No 00-87215, Decision No 64, (2001) 125 ILR 490, (2001) RGDIP 474, ILDC 774 (FR 2001), 13th March 2001, Criminal Division


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A court created by the Criminal Appeal Act 1907 to take over the jurisdiction formerly exercised by the Court for Consideration of Crown Cases Reserved. Its powers were greatly extended, particularly in considering questions of fact as well as law, but it was abolished by the Criminal Appeal Act 1966 and its jurisdiction transferred to that of the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division).

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