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LAWS OF SEYCHELLES
CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE
REVISED EDITION 1990
PRINTED FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF SEYCHELLES
The Prescription of Persons Notice
(15th May, 1972)
Short title 1. This Notice may be cited as the Prescription of Persons
and commence‑ Notice, 1972, and shall come into operation on the 15th day of
ment. May, 1972.
Persons 2. The following persons are hereby prescribed for the
prescribed purposes of section 136 of the Criminal Procedure Code.
131 of the W.A. Gliddon Esq BSc
Criminal South Western Forensic Science Laboratory
Procedure Code. 37 Julian Road
BRISTOL B29 IJY
R.M. Mitchell lEsq BSc
South Wales & Monmouthshire Forensic Science Laboratory
Government Officers, Tyglass Road
GARDIFF CF4 5YG
W.E. Montgomery Esq BSc PhD DIC ARCS
West Midland Forensic Science Laboratory
Gooch Street North
I.G. Holden Esq BSc PhD FRIC
East Midland Forensic Science Laboratory
NOTTINGHAM NG1 4FR
I.M. Barclay Esq BSc PhD FRIC
North Eastern Forensic Science Laboratory
32 Rutland Drive
S. S. Kind Esq BSc FLS FIBiol
Northern Forensic Science Laboratory
NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE NE3 5HL
F. L. Cann Esq Bsc ARIC
North Western Forensic Science Laboratory
P. G. W. Cobb Esq
Home Countries Forensic Science Laboratory
READING RG7 4PN
R. L. Williams MA DPhil DSc
Metropolitan Police Laboratory
2 Richbell Place
THE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE
[SECTION 173 (2) (E)]
THE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE (MINOR OFFENCES) ORDER
[19th October, 1970]
Citation. 1. This order may be cited as the Criminal Procedure (Minor Offences) Order.
Additional 2. It is hereby directed that any offence mentioned in
offences which paragraph (a), (d), (e), (f) or (g) of sub‑section (1) of
may be tried section 18 of the Road Transport Ordinance may be tried in
under section accordance with the provisions of section 169 of the Criminal
169 of Code. Procedure Code.
THE SUPREME COURT (RECORD OF EVIDENCE) RULES S.I.15/1963.
S.I.27/1982. (6th May, 1963)
Citation 1. These rules may be cited as the Supreme Court (Record of Evidence) Rules.
Record of 2. In all criminal cases coming before the Supreme Court
evidence. the evidence of the witnesses shall be recorded in the following manner:‑
(a) The evidence of each witness shall be taken down in writing in English by the Judge, or in his presence and hearing and under his personal direction and superintendence, and shall be signed by the Judge, and shall form part of the record.
(b) Such evidence shall not ordinarily be taken down in the form of question and answer, but in the form of a narrative:
Provided that the Judge may in his discretion take down or cause to be taken down any particular question and answer.
(c) Whenever the evidence of a witness is given in French in Creole the Judge may, if he is satisfied that he is sufficiently conversant with these languages, take down or cause to be taken down such evidence in English in accordance with the provisions of the preceding paragraphs without the use of a sworn interpreter.
Shorthand 3. Notwithstanding anything in Rule 2, the Judge in any
notes. criminal trial before the Supreme Court may direct that shorthand notes shall be taken of the evidence and proceedings by one or more stenographers, who may or may not be assisted by recording equipment, and the transcription of such shorthand notes, when certified by the Judge, shall be the official record of the evidence and proceedings at such trial.
JURORS (TRAVELLING AND SUBSISTENCE) RULES, S.I.37/1982.
Citation. 1. These rules may be cited as the Jurors (Travelling and Subsistence) Rules.
Travelling 2. Jurors shall be entitled to be paid travelling and
and subsis‑ subsistence allowances during their attendance at the Supreme
tance Court in connection with any case for which they have been
allowances. summoned according to the following scales:
Professional and self‑employed persons, the
actual cost of their daily income lost by
such attendance per day or part thereof but
not to exceed ... ... ... ... ... 100
Salarised persons other than salaried public
officers, the actual cost of their daily
salary or wages lost by such attendance per
day or part thereof but not to exceed ... 50
All other persons not being salaried public
officers, per day or part thereof ... ... 30
Provided that all jurors from Praslin and La
Digue shall be paid the actual cost of
travelling by air or surface to Mahe and of
room and board during their stay in Mahe
but not to exceed per day ... ... ... 100