Criminal Procedure Act 1986 No 209
Historical version for 29 September 2010 to 31 October 2010 (accessed 29 January 2015 at 11:14) Current version

128   Directions as to indictments to be presented in District Court

(1)  The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court may issue a practice note on behalf of the Supreme Court giving directions to prosecutors with respect to the classes of indictments that are to be presented to the District Court rather than the Supreme Court.
(2)  The Chief Justice may exempt a particular indictment from any such direction.
(3)  The Supreme Court may reject an indictment:
(a)  that is of a class to which any such direction applies, and
(b)  that was presented after the direction was given, and
(c)  that has not been exempted from the direction by the Chief Justice.
(4)  The rejection of an indictment does not preclude the presentation of a further indictment in accordance with any such direction.
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