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Name: Criminal Procedure Code (No. 23 of 1933) [as amended] - Volume 7.
Country: Zambia
Subject(s): Criminal and penal law
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 1934-04-01
Entry into force:
ISN: ZMB-1934-L-66445
Bibliography: The Laws of Zambia, Vol. 7, 1996 Edition (Revised) The Laws of Zambia, Vol. 7, 1996 Edition (Revised) National Assembly of Zambia, Zambia, pp. 188-386 PDF of Volume 7 of the Laws of Zambia PDF of Volume 7 of the Laws of Zambia (consulted on 2012-06-08)
Abstract/Citation: Regulates criminal procedure in Zambia. Divided into 12 parts. Part 1 (s. 1-3) contains preliminary provisions. Part 2 (2. 4-17) regulates powers of courts. Part 3 (s. 18-64) contains general provisions regarding criminal procedure. Parts 4 and 5 (s. 65-196) contain provisions relating to all criminal investigations. Part 6 (s. 197-221) regulates procedure in trials before subordinate courts. Part 7 (s. 222-252) sets forth provisions relating to committal of accused persons for trial before high court. Part 8 (s. 253-259) provides for summary committal procedure for trial; Part 9 (s. 260-302) for procedure in trials before high court. Part 10 (s. 303-320) deals with sentences and their execution. Part 11 (s. 321-351) regulates appeals. Part 12 (s. 352-360) contains supplementary provisions.
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