Cases taking 19 months to get to appeal court owing to backlogs

Cases are taking up to 19 months to reach trial in the court of appeal because of increasing courtroom backlogs, according to the judge in charge of introducing online justice. Lord Justice Briggs, who is due to deliver his final report on transforming the courts this summer, suggested a future of paperless hearings could lead to more cases being listed outside London.

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