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Series ID503
Previous System LocationA/20843 - A/20844; RSI1026; SRS503
TitleRegisters of Criminal Appeals - Supreme Court, Court of Appeal
Parent Series
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Start Date 19/5/1914
End Date 25/6/1993
Date Statement N/A
Date Notes N/A
Abstract

Registers of appeals to the Supreme Court, Court of Criminal Appeal

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Items Total Items: 18
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Departmental NumbersVolumes 1 - 17; 1/1914 - 223/1993
System of Arrangement Chronological and numerical by annual running number; an alphabetical name index appears at the front of each volume; details recorded in the index are, number of application (annual single number), name and folio (page) number.
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Agency IDTitleFromTo
1171Supreme Court, Court of Criminal Appeal 19/5/1914 14/12/1991
11688Supreme Court, Court of Appeal 14/2/1991 25/6/1993
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Access Category100 Years
Access ProcedurePermission to access restricted material by responsible agency
Agency Now Responsible
Agency ID: 4628
Supreme Court of Queensland
Restriction DetailsN/A
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Controlling Series

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Controlled Series

Series IDTitleFromTo
10360Appeal Files (Criminal, Supreme Court, Brisbane) 1/1/1914 31/12/1990
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Physical / Technical Use

Volumes 3 - 17 are microfilmed
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Copyright Status

Copyright State of Queensland
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Description

This series comprises registers of applications made to the Supreme Court, Court of Criminal Appeal for appeals against judgments made in a lower court, or in the Central or Northern Courts of the Supreme Court. These registers provide indexes to appeal files created by the Court. Under the Supreme Court Rules (Order 70), an appellant may, by notice of motion, appeal against the whole or any part of a judgement or order handed down in a lower Court. Under Section 5 the appellant was responsible for filing in the Supreme Court Office at Brisbane, a copy of the notice of motion to appeal.

These registers record the following information: annual single number at top left hand corner, names of litigants, when and where convicted, offence, sentence, prison or address, date when case reserved/received, date of notice, date when notice received, judgement or order appellant wishes to appeal against, grounds of appeal, whether appellant had applied for any favours (eg. legal aid, leave to be present, further witnesses to be called, etc.), date and appellate Justice. Information recorded under the heading 'Full Court' includes date appearing before Justice, counsel for the appellant, counsel for the Crown and judgement. Summary details of the result of the application and the file number relating to any subsequent action is noted. Some entries were cancelled or written off as a 'notice of abandonment' and dated. It is likely that a notice of abandonment was issued where the appeal was refused.
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Preferred Citation

Queensland State Archives Series ID 503, Registers of Criminal Appeals - Supreme Court, Court of Appeal
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Last updated 9 September 2016
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