405. A motion to the High Court in respect of any criminal matter must be made in accordance with this Division.
—(1) The notice of a criminal motion must be in the prescribed form.
(2) The notice of a criminal motion must be —
supported by an affidavit setting out a concise statement of the facts, the relief or remedy required and the reasons for the relief or remedy; and
sealed by an officer of the Registry of the Supreme Court.
408. The hearing of any criminal motion may be adjourned from time to time on such terms as the High Court thinks fit.
409. If the High Court dismisses a criminal motion and is of the opinion that the motion was frivolous or vexatious or otherwise an abuse of the process of the Court, it may, either on the application of the respondent or on its own motion, order the applicant of the criminal motion to pay to the respondent costs on an indemnity basis or otherwise fixed by the Court.