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Article 706-72-4 of the French Code of Criminal Procedure

When the Criminal Court or the Paris Juvenile Court declares that it does not have jurisdiction on the grounds set out in Article 706-72-3, it shall refer the Public Prosecutor’s Office to take action as it sees fit; it may, after hearing the Public Prosecutor’s Office, issue, by the same decision, a committal or arrest warrant for the accused.

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Article 706-72-5 of the French Code of Criminal Procedure

In the cases provided for in articles 706-72-2 to 706-72-4, the committal or arrest warrant shall remain enforceable; the prosecution or investigative acts and formalities carried out before the decision to relinquish jurisdiction or lack of jurisdiction became final do not have to be renewed.

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Article 706-72-6 of the French Code of Criminal Procedure

Any order made on the basis of articles 706-72-2 or 706-72-3 by which an examining magistrate decides to relinquish jurisdiction or by which the examining magistrate of the Paris Judicial Court decides to decline jurisdiction may, to the exclusion of all other means of appeal, be referred within five days of its notification, at the request of the public prosecutor or one of the parties, to the Criminal Division of…

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Article 706-73 of the French Code of Criminal Procedure

The procedure applicable to the investigation, prosecution, trial and judgment of the following crimes and offences is that provided for by this Code, subject to the provisions of this Title: 1° Crime of murder committed in an organised gang provided for by 8° of Article 221-4 of the Criminal Code; 1° bis Crime of murder committed in concurrence, within the meaning of Article 132-2 of the Criminal Code, with one…

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Article 706-73-1 of the French Code of Criminal Procedure

This Title, with the exception of Article 706-88, shall also apply to the investigation, prosecution, trial and judgment of the following offences: 1° Offence of swindling in an organised gang, provided for in the last paragraph of Article 313-2 du code pénal, délit d’atteinte aux systèmes de traitement automatisé de données commis en bande organisée, prévu à l’article 323-4-1 du même code et délit d’évasion commis en bande organisée prévu…

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Article 706-74 of the French Code of Criminal Procedure

Where provided for by law, the provisions of this Title shall also apply to: 1° Crimes and offences committed as part of an organised gang, other than those covered by articles 706-73 and 706-73-1 ; 2° To the offences of criminal conspiracy provided for in the second paragraph of Article 450-1 of the Criminal Code other than those covered by 15° of Article 706-73 or 4° of Article 706-73-1 of…

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Article 706-75 of the French Code of Criminal Procedure

The territorial jurisdiction of a judicial court and an assize court may be extended to the jurisdiction of one or more courts of appeal for the investigation, prosecution, trial and judgment of crimes and offences falling within the scope of Articles 706-73, with the exception of 11°, 11° bis and 18°, 706-73-1, excluding the 11°, or 706-74, in cases that are or would appear to be of great complexity. This…

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Article 706-75-1 of the French Code of Criminal Procedure

Within each judicial court whose territorial jurisdiction is extended to the jurisdiction of one or more courts of appeal, the public prosecutor and the first president, after consulting the public prosecutor and the president of the judicial court, shall respectively appoint one or more public prosecutors, investigating judges and trial judges with special responsibility for the investigation, prosecution, investigation and, in the case of misdemeanours, the trial of offences falling…

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Article 706-75-2 of the French Code of Criminal Procedure

Notwithstanding the provisions of the second paragraph of Article 380-1, in the event of an appeal against a decision of an assize court whose territorial jurisdiction has been extended to the jurisdiction of one or more courts of appeal for the trial of crimes falling within the scope of articles 706-73, with the exception of 11°, 706-73-1 or 706-74, in cases that are or would appear to be of great…

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Article 706-76 of the French Code of Criminal Procedure

The public prosecutor, the investigating judge, the specialised correctional panel of the judicial court and the assize court referred to in Article 706-75 exercise, throughout the jurisdiction determined pursuant to that article, concurrent jurisdiction with that resulting from the application of the articles 43,52,382 et 706-42. The court seised retains jurisdiction, regardless of the charges brought in the settlement or judgment of the case. However, if the facts constitute a…

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