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I am sorry but that is an either way offence so there are no time limitations. Very few offences do have time limits in the UK. It is only summary only offences.
On the upside, you can elect crown court trial
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What is the conspiracy ?
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Oh that is perfectly lawful.
That reflects changing practices and the amendments to the bail a ct.
Yes, they were free to use the RUI provisions.
Come what may, this is an either way offence so there are no time limits.
Delay does offend against the HRA and indeed the magna carta but it has been recognised by a reduction in sentence rather than a saying of the case.
They were free to use S37 but the failure takes you nowhere.
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