||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 64 (Dec)
||Rodney Fern (instructed by Graham & Rosen) for V.
||David Dixon (instructed by HM Customs and Excise) as an interested party.
||6 December 2001
Criminal law - Committal - Remand in custody - Custody time limits - Extension of time limits - Claimant arguing prosecution failure to serve evidence in accordance with court order causing undue delay - Judge determining that joinder of second defendant causing delay - Whether judge in error - s 22(3).
A judge had been entitled to extend custody time limits under s22(3) of the in circumstances where the failure of the prosecution to serve evidence in compliance with a court order had only caused a marginal delay, since the main reason for the delay had been the joinder of a second defendant.
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