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POLICE STATION

Anybody accused of a criminal offence, whether arrested or as a voluntary attendance at a police station, is entitled to free and independent legal advice.

MAGISTRATES COURT

For more serious offences such as affray and violent disorder, it is very likely the case will be sent to the Crown Court after the first magistrates’ court hearing.

CROWN COURT

Once charged, or in receipt of a summons served by the court or police,
the next stage is a first appearance at the magistrates’ court.

BANNING ORDERS

The majority of football banning orders are made in the magistrates court, either on application after conviction, or on application by the Chief Constable.

POLICE STATION

Anybody accused of a criminal offence, whether arrested or as a voluntary attendance at a police station, is entitled to free and independent legal advice.

MAGISTRATES COURT

For more serious offences such as affray and violent disorder, it is very likely the case will be sent to the Crown Court after the first magistrates’ court hearing.

CROWN COURT

Once charged, or in receipt of a summons served by the court or police,
the next stage is a first appearance at the magistrates’ court.

BANNING ORDERS

The majority of football banning orders are made in the magistrates court, either on application after conviction, or on application by the Chief Constable.