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BAIL ACT 2013 - SECT 67

Powers specific to Court of Criminal Appeal

67 Powers specific to Court of Criminal Appeal

(1) The Court of Criminal Appeal may hear a bail application for an offence if:
(a) the Court has ordered a new trial and the new trial has not commenced, or
(b) the Court has made an order under section 8A (1) of the Criminal Appeal Act 1912 and the person is before the Court, or
(c) the Court has directed a stay of execution of a conviction and the stay is in force, or
(d) an appeal from the Court is pending in the High Court, or
(e) a bail decision has been made by the Land and Environment Court or the Supreme Court.
(2) Despite subsection (1) (e), a Judge of the Court of Criminal Appeal sitting alone cannot hear a bail application if a bail decision has been made by the Supreme Court (however constituted) unless the rules made under the Supreme Court Act 1970 permit the Judge to do so.



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