How to represent yourself in the Magistrates’ Court – Part 3 – Entering a plea to an “either way” offence

Created on December 10, 2017

How to represent yourself in the Magistrates' Court - Part 3 - Entering a plea to an "either way" offence

A little while ago we shared with you a post talking about our 6-part YouTube series on representing yourself in the Magistrates’ Court.

Here you can watch part 3 in which Rod Hayler explains the procedure when you are charged with an “either way” offence.  This involves a decision regarding the allocation of the case which determines which court your case will be heard in.


Plea & Allocation of the Case

View the video below.

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Part 1 - Click here

Part 2 - Click here

Part 3 - Click here

Part 4 - Click here

Part 5 - Click here

Part 6 - Click here

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Rod Hayler

Rod Hayler

Rod has specialised in criminal defence work since 1998. He is a trial advocate of 17 years’ experience and, as a Higher Courts Advocate, he represents clients in Crown Courts and in the Court of Appeal.

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