Practice directions - Supreme Court
Supreme Court Criminal List and criminal proceedings – information session
The Supreme Court has issued Practice Direction 4 of 2024 , in relation to some aspects of criminal proceedings in the Supreme Court, and Practice Direction 5 of 2024 , in relation to the Supreme Court’s Criminal List in Brisbane.
The Practice Direction in relation to the Criminal List will commence operation on 28 February 2024 (although the forms and draft orders electronically provided for in the Practice Direction are able to be used immediately).
An information session for legal practitioners in relation to the new procedures for the Criminal List in Brisbane will be held in the Banco Court on Wednesday, 6 March 2024 at 5.00 pm, to be presented by Justice Peter Callaghan and Ms Bronwyn Currie, Criminal Resolution Registrar. All criminal practitioners are encouraged to attend in person or via live link www.youtube.com/watch?v=2l_94pAKZDI.
Practice directions are procedural guidelines issued by judges of the Supreme Court.
The directions are designed to complement existing legislation, rules and regulations and may refer to issues including the use of the court precinct, appearances by practitioners and parties, and case management.