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URGENT! Appeal Inactive case Auto-Reply Dr Panigrahi 2300074226/URN 46SJ1327123

URGENT! Appeal Inactive case Auto-Reply Dr Panigrahi 2300074226/URN 46SJ1327123


KentCPO

08:58 (2 hours ago)

Good morning, Please see email below from Dr Panigrahi, he would like to appeal against the decision made at Medway MC on the 10th November 2023. Good morning D


northkent

Attachments09:58 (1 hour ago)

Good morning, Thank you for contacting my colleagues in KentCPO. Please see attached an appeal form for you to complete, date and sign. The completed form can b


from: Shantanu Panigrahi <shanpanigrahi3000@gmail.com>

to: Ravina Karir <ravina@olivessolicitors.com>

date: 21 Nov 2023, 11:10

subject: Fwd: URGENT! Appeal Inactive case Auto-Reply Dr Panigrahi 2300074226/URN 46SJ1327123

mailed-by: gmail.com


To

Olives Solicitors


Please note that this Case is now inactive at the North Kent Magistrates Court.


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

United Kingdom

Tel: 07967789619


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From: northkent <northkent@justice.gov.uk>

Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2023 at 09:58

Subject: RE: URGENT! Appeal Inactive case Auto-Reply Dr Panigrahi 2300074226/URN 46SJ1327123

To: Shantanu Panigrahi <shanpanigrahi3000@gmail.com>


Good morning,

Thank you for contacting my colleagues in KentCPO.

Please see attached an appeal form for you to complete, date and sign.

The completed form can be either scanned to this email address or posted to the address below.

Please be aware that if the appeal goes against you, further costs could be incurred, seeking legal advice before appealing is always advised.


I hope that this is of assistance, but if you have further questions, please don't hesitate to come back to me.



Kind regards,

Sharon

Sharon Barnard

Administration Officer

HMCTS | Medway Magistrates Court | Medway | ME4 4JZ

Phone: 01634 830232

Email: northkent@justice.gov.uk

Web: www.gov.uk/hmcts

CVP queries should be sent to: CVPKent@justice.gov.uk

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From: Warwick-Baker, Sonia <Sonia.Warwick-Baker@justice.gov.uk> On Behalf Of KentCPO

Sent: 21 November 2023 08:58

To: northkent <northkent@justice.gov.uk>

Cc: Shantanu Panigrahi <shanpanigrahi3000@gmail.com>

Subject: URGENT! Appeal Inactive case Auto-Reply Dr Panigrahi 2300074226/URN 46SJ1327123


Good morning,

Please see email below from Dr Panigrahi, he would like to appeal against the decision made at Medway MC on the 10th November 2023.

Good morning Dr Panigrahi,

Your email has been forwarded on to North Kent admin to deal with your enquiry below.

Regards

Sonia Dray

Administrative Officer

East Kent Magistrates Courts | HMCTS | The Law Courts | Castle Hill Avenue | Folkestone | Kent | CT20 2DH

Phone: 01303 227800 Option 4

Web: www.gov.uk/hmcts

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My work times are 09:00 to 17:00 Monday to Friday

All case progression correspondence must be sent to KentCPO@justice.gov.uk, thank you.


From: Shantanu Panigrahi <shanpanigrahi3000@gmail.com>

Sent: 21 November 2023 07:56

To: KentCPO <KentCPO@justice.gov.uk>

Subject: Re: Auto-Reply


To

Kent CPO


For the attention of Emma Harrison


Dear Sir Madam

1. The matter of the offences of Stalking and the sending of Malicious Communications as offences that I was interviewed on by Kent Police and unlawfully bailed with periodic extensions over 5 arrests and 2 voluntary interviews in Police Stations of the Medway Towns, Maidstone, and North Kent was not addressed by the Magistrates at the Trial Hearing of myself as mitigating circumstances on 10 November 2023 20 pm which limited itself to the Speeding Offence and that too on a fresh plea request from scratch from the Court official that took no account of the proceedings from June to November from the Crown Prosecution Service and my submissions in Defence. In the preliminary proceedings I had applied to the Court to declare the Bali conditions unlawful.


2. As I have mentioned to the Court, I have paid the £100 fine online on Saturday and take note of the evidence that the Full Written Reasons that I had applied for was rejected by the Court.


3. These were very serious errors in procedure byt the Magistrates including the fact that I was told that I would have to negotiate the refund of the £92 Speed Awareness Course that I paid for the booking of 11 January 2023 that was cancelled by Kent Police in a continuation of the Hate Crime that it perpetrated on me over a 6 year period.


4. I am accordingly hereby Appealing against the Judgment of the North Kent Magistrates Court sitting at Medway Magistrates Court on the Outcome of the 10 November 2023 Trial Hearing with a view to having the criminal record established then through the imposition of the sentence of 3 points on my Driver's Licence and £100 fine removed.due to the fact that my mitigation was not taken into account.


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

United Kingdom

Tel: 07967789619


On Tue, 21 Nov 2023 at 05:23, KentCPO <KentCPO@justice.gov.uk> wrote:


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Please do not re-send your query, as this will not result in it being dealt with any sooner.

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APPEALING AGAINST A MAGISTRATES’ COURT DECISION1


SECTION 1


Important information you need to know before filling in this form.


You can use this form if you are appealing against a magistrates’ court decision.


If you pleaded not guilty you can appeal against your conviction or sentence or both.


If you pleaded guilty you can usually only appeal against your sentence.


You should send in the form within 21 days of the date you were sentenced. If you miss this

deadline you will have to ask the court for permission before you can appeal.


1 Criminal Procedure Rules, rule 34.3


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If you win your appeal against conviction that is the same as being found not guilty and

the sentence will not apply.


If you win your appeal against sentence the court may reduce or change your sentence.


You may be able to claim some costs.


If you lose your appeal against your sentence the Crown Court can increase your sentence.

But, not more than the magistrates’ court could have sentenced you to.


If you lose your appeal against conviction or sentence you may have to to pay costs.


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SECTION 2


This section asks you for details about you and your case.


What is your name?


What is your address?


What is your phone number?


What is your e-mail address?


If you are in prison, what is the name of the prison you are in?


What is your prison number?


What crime(s) were you convicted of ?


What was the name of the magistrates’ court where you were convicted? (for example Hull Magistrates’ Court)


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What date were you sentenced?


What is your magistrates’ court case reference number? (this can be found on letters you have received from the court about your case and will look something like this 1400006746)


SECTION 3


Your Appeal


If you miss the 21 day deadline to appeal you have to ask the Crown Court for permission to appeal. If you are appealing late, explain why here. If you have any documents or letters to help explain why your appeal is late please include them with this form.


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SECTION 4


Information about why you are appealing

Tell us here why you do not agree with your conviction. Please give the facts about the situation and what you think is wrong. You can use extra paper if you need to


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Write here why you do not agree with your sentence.

Please give the facts about the situation and what you think is wrong. You can use extra paper if you need to.


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Appeals Against Conviction


You only need to fill in this section if you are appealing against your conviction.

How long did the trial last in the magistrates’ court

(for example 5 hours)?


Write here the names of any witnesses who gave evidence for the prosecution who you might want to be questioned as part of your appeal in court.


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SECTION 5


Other Applications

Disqualification and Bail

Are you asking the court to suspend your disqualification (for example your disqualification from driving)?

Please tick

Yes No

If you have ticked yes, explain your reasons here.


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Are you asking the court to release you on bail before your appeal is heard?

Please tick


Yes `No

If yes, explain your reasons here

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I want my application(s) to be considered by Please tick


The magistrates’ court The Crown Court


(you can apply to both)


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SECTION 6


What Happens Next.


Sign this form below and send a copy to the magistrates’

court where you were convicted and to the prosecutor (you can find the address of the prosecutor by contacting the magistrates’ court where you were convicted).


Signature ....................................


Date ....................................


The Court hearing


Your appeal will be heard at the Crown Court. The Crown Court will contact you about your appeal.

The Crown Court may ask you to come to a hearing where the date for the appeal will be decided and other arrangements for the appeal will be made.

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