If you have an ongoing case and the electronically monitored curfew is a bail condition, how do you change address?

9th Apr 2018

I have someone living with me for the last 5 weeks who was on trial and on an electronically monitored curfew as part of the bail condition. His case was scheduled to finish by around 13th April 2018 but unfortunately due to legal technicalities a re-trial has provisionally been set for 26th November 2018.

I am unable to accommodate him for the next 8-10 months and need the address changed - how complicated is this and what are the time frames generally involved?

CATEGORY: Criminal

LOCATION: GREATER LONDON

1 answer
  • Kent Criminal Law

    Provided that the defendant has a new 'suitable' address to go to, it is a failry simple matter. I am assuming that he is represented? His solicitors (or the defendant) just need to get the matter listed before the relevant court for a bail variation. A minimum 48 hours notice needs to be given and the Crown Prosecution Service should be served with the details of the change at the same time the notice is sent to the court, including details of the new bail address and the reasons the variation is needed. The CPS will get the police to check the new address and ensure that it is suitable. If the address change isn't contentious and the Crown don't have any issues with the change, it may be possible for the variation to be dealt with administratively (ie without the need for a hearing). 

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