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A Judicial Review is dealt with by a High Court Judge.
As such a Judicial Review appeal can only be dealt with by a Judge from the Court of Appeal
You therefore need to seek leave to appeal to the Court of Appeal
You must do this within 21 days of the decision of JR
Outside 21 days you need permission to appeal to the Court of appeal.
This is an appeal out of time
If the permission to appeal is rejected, that is the end of the claim. You can not seek a higher courts permission
Therefore you need to appeal to the Court of Appeal and if the matter is rejected that is the end of the legal route
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Yes. I see what you are saying
The process for JR is outlined above and very strict
There is no retrial. The conviction will either stand or be squashed.
Can I clarify anything else for you?
You need permission to appeal this decision, not for JR
You disagree with the JR outcome and therefore need permission to appeal that decision
Does that help?
The JR is for whatever the review was to do, whether that was for a rolled up hearing or seek to say that the conviction below as wrong
So whatever the permission was for that is what the JR was about
If you disagree with the JR decision then you need to seek leave to appeal that decision, ie the original JR decision
Does that clarify?
Do you mean JR or appeal conviction of the original decision?
So what was the JR for?
So you were appealing the sentence, not seeking a JR?
So this latest hearing was that an APPEAL or JR?
Well JR the prison is an entirely seperate matter.
If you want to appeal the JR then I have given you the route.
If the JR was heard in the High Court then you need permission from the Court of Appeal