Remice v HMP Belmarsh: Admn 27 Mar 2007

The prisoner was accused of witness intimidation. He was arrested and several bail applications and appeals were heard, but the last simply committed him to prison. He said that since this order would return him to the magistrates, a maximum of eight days could be allowed.


[2007] EWHC 936 (Admin)




Magistrates Court Act 1980 128A(2)


England and Wales


CitedRegina v Governor of Pentonville Prison Ex Parte Bone QBD 8-Nov-1994
A Crown Court Judge when remanding a defendant in custody after a prosecution appeal from the Justices must give a date on which he is to be produced. Rose LJ said: ‘For my part, I accept that the Crown Court Judge is not subject to the provisions . .
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Prisons, Magistrates

Updated: 05 December 2022; Ref: scu.263481