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This Practice Note consolidates and replaces a number of practice notes in the criminal jurisdiction. Issued 24 April 2012 Commences 1 May 2012
Amended: 18 December 2020
Issued 24 April 2012. Commences 1 May 2012.
This Practice Note consolidates and replaces a number of practice notes in relation to committal proceedings following the repeal of the Criminal Case Conferencing Trial Act 2008. Issued 24 April 2012. Commences 1 May 2012, and only applies to offences commenced prior to the 30 April 2018.
Amended: 23 June 2017
This Practice Note relates to all relevant offences for committal proceedings commenced on or after 30 April 2018.
Issued: 14 March 2018
This Practice Note will apply to committal proceedings relating to offences commenced on or after 9 January 2023
For matters commenced before 9 January 2023, the previous Practice Note (Practice Note: Committal Proceedings Comm 2) applies.
This version of the Practice Note was published on, and is to have effect from, 25 June 2022. Please Note: the below attachments relate only to the current Practice Note Civ 1 (25 June 2022)
Attachments to the current Practice Note:
For matters commenced on or before 24 June 2022, the previous Practice Note (amended 24 May 2019) applies.
Forms a part of the Consolidated Civil Practice Note Civ 1 (Above) from 15 March 2019. Please refer to Part I of the Practice Note.
Practice Note: Online Court 1 of 2015 – Please see Part I of PN Civ 1.
Reissued pursuant to section 27 Local Court Act 2007. Issued 1 April 2004.
Reissued pursuant to section 27 Local Court Act 2007. Commenced 7 April 2008.
Supersedes PN 2 of 2008. Issued 19 July 2013.
For enquiries about Practice Notes, including revoked Practice Notes, please contact the Chief Magistrate's Office on 02 9287 7588.
12 Dec 2022
We acknowledge the traditional owners and custodians of the land on which we work and we pay respect to the Elders, past, present and future.