Re Guardian Newspapers and Others: CACD 20 Sep 1993

An appeal against an ‘in camera’ crown court order to the Court of Appeal is to be on paper submissions. The court set out the procedure on appeal against order for a trial to be held in camera. These rules were not ultra vires. Even though the appeal ‘shall’ be determined without a hearing, written submissions from an appellant or applicant would be permitted.


Times 26-Oct-1993, Ind Summary 20-Sep-1993


Criminal Appeal Rules 1968 16A 16B, Contempt of Court Act 1981 4(2)


England and Wales

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CitedA and Others, Regina v; Regina v The Crown Court at the Central Criminal Court ex parte A Times Newspapers Ltd etc CACD 13-Jan-2006
The defendant was to be charged with offences associated with terrorism. He had sought stay of the trial as an abuse of process saying that he had been tortured by English US and Pakistani authorities. The judge made an order as to what parts of the . .
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Criminal Practice, Media

Updated: 25 October 2022; Ref: scu.85788