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Information about appeals (Kurdish)

From the perspective of the victim or their bereaved relatives, this leaflet answers questions about what happens when the convicted person appeals their sentence.


Information about appeals (Kurdish)

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This leaflet is for victims of crime, or a bereaved nearest relative of a victim. This leaflet tells you about the different types of appeals a convicted person can make and what is involved in the appeals procedure. It answers questions victims and their families often ask.