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Practice Direction (Crime: Voluntary Bills): LCJ 5 Aug 1999

New procedures for judges considering an application for a voluntary bill of indictment. The rules provide for compliance with the acts and rules governing such bills, and detailed disclosure of charges refused by magistrates, of the evidence which brought the bill within the rules. It should be for exceptional considerations of justice not administrative convenience. … Continue reading Practice Direction (Crime: Voluntary Bills): LCJ 5 Aug 1999

Serious Fraud Office v Evans and Others: QBD 14 Nov 2014

The court faced an application by the SFO for a voluntary bill of indictment. Similar charges against the defendants had been discharged. The allegations involved very substantial alleged frauds. Fulford LJ [2014] EWHC 3803 (QB) Bailii Administration of Justice (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1933 2(2)(b) England and Wales Citing: Cited – Regina (on the Application of) … Continue reading Serious Fraud Office v Evans and Others: QBD 14 Nov 2014