Do I need to order a transcripts for part 1 offence?

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Do I need to order a transcripts for part 1 offence?

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Hi I want to appeal against a conviction. I called the court office to order a transcripts and was told that for part 1 offence, there was no need to order transcripts.

I only have two days left for appeal, and still not sure how the appeal court will look at my case without transcript.

Can anyone have any idea please.


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Wouldn't they get their own transcript to look at?
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You order the transcripts when you file the appeal......
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I didnt need to in order to file my appeal as it is a part 1 matter.


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Off_Camber wrote:I didnt need to in order to file my appeal as it is a part 1 matter.
The appeal it's self usually has to do with the trial.....and to launch a full appeal you need the transcripts. You don't need the transcripts to file the appeal but you will need them later.
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Unread post by myticket on

Hi Off_Camber

Congratulation, I just saw that you have won the appeal.

Can you explain me how the court looked at your appeal without transcript. Did they have their own transcript?

I sent my appeal form by mail. Now what should I do, just wait a response from the court?

Thanks

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