The ideal appeal is the one that becomes unnecessary

The ideal appeal is the one that becomes unnecessary

Winning on appeal is not easy. When you lose in the Magistrates’ Court you can take your case to the Crown Court. Here, the bench consists of a Circuit Judge and two lay Magistrates which is like having three Magistrates except one of them can tidy up the law in a neat ruling.

Appealing from the Crown Court to the Court of Appeal is worse because it is like having three Magistrates but all three of them can compose a neat and comprehensive ruling before you even turn up. The trick to appeals is to win first time out. Get yourself a good lawyer, provide every bit of help you can and work together towards a successful trial.

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