Consultation outcome

Litigators’ Graduated Fees Scheme and court appointees

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Consultation response

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Equalities statement

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Impact assessment

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Detail of outcome

This is the government response to the consultation, it provides a summary of the responses received on our proposals, our conclusions and next steps in relation to the consultation.

Original consultation

Summary

A consultation about criminal legal aid and court appointees.

This consultation was held on another website.

This consultation ran from
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Consultation description

This consultation paper sets out proposals for the reform of the funding scheme which pays litigators to defend clients in the Crown Court and payments to court appointees. The government is seeking views on all aspects of these proposals.

Published 10 February 2017
Last updated 24 October 2017 + show all updates
  1. Consultation response published.
  2. First published.