(1) The Court of Appeal may, on the application of the Solicitor-General, order that an acquitted person be retried for a specified serious offence, if the Court of Appeal is satisfied that—
(2) In determining whether a retrial of the acquitted person is in the interests of justice, the Court of Appeal must have particular regard to the following matters:
(3) The Court of Appeal may, if it thinks it just to do so, exclude from its consideration any evidence against the acquitted person that has been obtained in contravention of section 153.
(4) The Solicitor-General may apply under this section only if satisfied of the matters stated in subsection (1)(a) and (b).
(5) If the Solicitor-General makes an application under this section,—
(c) if the application is granted, and the acquitted person is again acquitted, the Solicitor-General may not make any further application for an order for the retrial of the person for the specified serious offence that was the subject of the application.
(6) This section does not apply if the acquitted person was acquitted of the specified serious offence before 26 June 2008.
Compare: 1961 No 43 s 378D