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  New guidance on the Statement of Truth in Criminal Cases

CrimPR adds specific guidance on the wording of the Statement of Truth

As of November 2016 the Criminal Procedure Rules give specific guidance on what should be included, split into a set of declarations and a statement of truth. Unlike the civil arena, however, the wording is not mandatory, but it should be in the terms set out in the Rules, or in terms substantially the same.

Read more on this on our Statements of Truth page.


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