Fisheries (Consolidation) Act, 1959

Appeals from the District Court.

310.—(1) Where any proceedings in the District Court for an offence under any provision of this Act are dismissed, whether on the merits or without prejudice, the prosecutor may appeal against the order of dismissal to the Judge of the Circuit Court within whose Circuit the Courthouse in which such order was made is situate.

(2) Where by virtue of subsection (1) of this section a right of appeal against an order of the District Court in any proceedings under this Act lies to a Judge of the Circuit Court, such Judge on such appeal may vary, confirm or reverse such order, and the decision of such Judge on such appeal shall be final and conclusive and not appealable.