Criminal courts and lay people.

This topic forms part of Section A of H415/1 the legal system paper.

• Criminal process: Jurisdiction of the Magistrates’ Court and the Crown Court, including classification of offences and pre-trial procedures

• Appeals and appellate courts

• Sentencing and court powers: aims, factors and types of sentences

• Lay magistrates and juries: qualifications, selection, appointment and their role in criminal cases

• Evaluation of the different types of sentences and of using lay people in criminal cases

 

 

 

 

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Units and Topics

The following units are part of the OCR AS Level Law H015/A Level in Law H415 from 2017 course

OCR AS Level H015/01 The legal system and criminal law

OCR AS Level H015/02 – Law making and the law of tort

OCR A Level H415/01 – The legal system and criminal law

OCR A Level H415/2 - Law making and the law of tort

OCR A Level H415/03 - Further Law

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