What Is an Either Way Offence?

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An either way offence is one for which the accused may chose the case to be dealt with either by committal to the Crown Court to be tried by a Jury or summarily by the Magistrates Court. Examples include theft, burglary, actual bodily harm and wounding (without intent).
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