Legislation

Section 36 – Remand of accused person to hospital for treatment

Introduction

As an alternative to remanding an “accused person” to custody, e.g. prison, this section gives the Crown Court the power to remand the person to hospital for treatment. If this happens, the hospital managers have authority to detain the person (subsection (8)). Who are accused persons? An accused person is either a person in custody […]

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