What happens at a Crown Court trial – the prosecution case

We have just added a new factsheet. This is the second in our series of Crown Court trial factsheets.

This factsheet is intended as a guide only to the issues that could arise from the prosecution element of your Crown Court trial. This factsheet forms part of a series that we hope will help you in preparing for your Crown Court trial. We know that this can be a very stressful experience  for you and hopefully this will help with you to understand the procedure. It would be impossible for us to tell you about every issue that could arise in your trial as this really does depend on the individual circumstances of your case. What we would always advise is that you seek legal advice from a solicitor in person who will be able to give you specialist advice depending on the circumstances of your particular case.

If you would like to view our latest factsheet: What happens at a Crown Court trial – the prosecution case. Please click here

If you would like to view the first in our series: What happens at a Crown Court trial – an introduction. Please click here.

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