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How long does this process take?

Appeals to the Crown Court can come on pretty quickly and within a few weeks on occasions. If there is an urgent reason why the case should be dealt with quickly, this ought to be stated on the Notice of Appeal. Appeals to the Court of Appeal take much longer as clearly a single Judge has to firstly consider Permission. If the person appealing is serving a sentence, then it ought to be dealt with sooner. Any other compelling reasons for treating the matter urgently need to be included in the Grounds of Appeal.

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