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Download Crown Court trials process | Downloadable guide

A Crown Court trial occurs when you have pleaded ‘not guilty’ to one or more counts (‘charges’) which have been alleged against you. You will learn about:

  • The people in attendance and the type of solicitor that can represent you
  • The intricacies of the evidence cross-examining process
  • When and where you and your advocate will be provided opportunities to defend your case
  • Possible verdicts
  • The stages after your verdict, what you can do

Nb. This guide is intended to give general information only and not intended to be used as the basis upon which Advice is given nor should it be relied upon as giving advice specific to a case or individual and Lawtons do not accept liability for anyone using this guide. Should you require specific advice in connection with a real case or situation, please contact us immediately so that we can provide specific Advice

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