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This page provides advice and guidance for all court and tribunal users during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and will be updated when new advice is available.
Guidance for families and friends of people in prison in England and Wales during the coronavirus pandemic.
Rules 45.1 to 45.45.
You can have a secure video call with a prisoner using your mobile phone or tablet.
Information and guidance about visiting prisons in England and Wales.
Details of vacancies and where to apply to be a magistrate in your area.
The latest versions of the Criminal Procedure Rules and of the Criminal Practice Directions made by the Lord Chief Justice.
The Civil Procedure Rules govern the procedures used in civil courts in England and Wales.
Rules 3.1 to 3.21.
A guide to applying for compensation under the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme.
A guide to applying for a payment from the Hardship Fund. The fund helps low paid workers who are victims of crime.
Rules 6.1 to 6.52.
Prepare for your case when a court gives you instructions based on standard directions or asks you to provide a Scott Schedule or witness statement.
Rules 31. 1 to 31.23.
Forms to use with the Criminal Procedure Rules.
Explains the difference between spent and unspent convictions, outlines which convictions must be declared when applying for jobs and any exceptions.
This Pre-Action Protocol sets out what must be done to attempt to resolve debt claims before court proceedings are issued.
This Pre-Action Protocol describes what must be done to attempt to resolve small personal injury claims from road traffic accidents before court proceedings are issued.
This guide helps you work out what information to give people if they ask about your criminal record.
Don’t include personal or financial information like your National Insurance number or credit card details.
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