Oral Answers to Questions — Court of Criminal Appeal.

– in the House of Commons on 23rd March 1925.

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Photo of Mr John Grace Mr John Grace , Wirral


asked the Home Secretary how many appeals have been heard by the Court of Criminal Appeal; how many are, respectively, from Courts of Quarter Sessions, the Central Criminal Court, and the King's Bench Division (including assizes); and how many have been successful in respect of each class?

Photo of Mr William Joynson-Hicks Mr William Joynson-Hicks , Twickenham

With my hon. Friend's permission, I will circulate

Class of Court.Appeals heard.*Conviction or Sentence quashed.Conviction or Sentence quashed and some other Conviction or Sentence substituted.
County and Borough Quarter Sessions.664119175
Central Criminal Court1753218
King's Bench Division and Assizes.2994641
* The figures of "Appeals heard" do not include applications for leave to appeal refused by the single Judge or by the Court.