§ Mr. McNamara
asked the Attorney-General how many cases concerning scheduled offences have been referred to the Northern Ireland Court of Appeal; and in how many of these referred cases the original conviction has been (a) quashed and (b) upheld, respectively, in the first six months of the current year.
§ The Attorney-General
During the first six months of 1986 there were 13 appeals to the Northern Ireland Court of Appeal dealt with in court against conviction for scheduled offences. The original conviction was quashed in two cases and upheld in 11 cases.