All defendants have an automatic right of an appeal by way of a re-hearing in relation to any conviction or sentence if your case meets the merits. Defendants who are convicted and sentenced at a Magistrates Court can appeal to the Crown Court.
Defendants who are convicted and sentenced at the Crown Court can appeal to the Court of Appeal.
To appeal against sentence and conviction from the Crown Court requires permission of the Court of Appeal. The Court of Criminal Appeals Division hears applications where persons have been unfairly convicted or are sentenced harshly.
Sakhi Solicitors will give you the best advice and guidance that you need on this subject.