The Courts of Justice Act, 1924

Appeal from Central Criminal Court and Court of High Court Circuit.

31.—A person convicted on indictment before the Central Criminal Court or before any court of the High Court Circuit may appeal under this Act to the Court of Criminal Appeal under the following conditions:—

(i) if the appellant obtains a certificate from the judge who tried him that the case is a fit case for appeal;

(ii) in case of refusal of such certificate if the Court of Criminal Appeal on appeal from such refusal grant leave to appeal.