Supreme Court of Judicature Act
Supreme Court (Criminal Appeals) Rules
REVISED EDITION 1997
(26th September 1997)
[15th March 1964]
1. These Rules may be cited as the Supreme Court (Criminal Appeals) Rules.1
1 Note: These Rules were made under section 87 of the Malaysia Act (M. Act 26/63) by the Lord President of the Federal Court of Malaysia, after consultation with the Chief Justices of the High Courts in Malaya, Borneo and Singapore, when Singapore was a component part of Malaysia.
2. In these Rules, unless the context otherwise requires —
“appellant” means a person who has been convicted of a criminal offence in any court and who by any written law is entitled to appeal to the Court of Criminal Appeal, and includes where the context requires a person desirous of appealing;
“Court” means the Court of Criminal Appeal and includes a Judge thereof.