Section 43 – Power of magistrates’ court to commit for restriction order


A magistrates’ court does not have the power to make a restriction order under section 41; only the Crown Court can do so. Instead, subsection (1) allows the magistrates’ court to commit a person in custody to the Crown Court to be dealt with there. The magistrates’ court is able to do this where: (a) […]

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