In Mittelmann v. Denman, supra, the court went so far in upholding a right of appeal given to the accused that it resulted in a difference in practice in the rights on an appeal from the court of quarter sessions of the county of London to those in other parts of England. The Earl of Reading, C.J. stated that if it was undesirable to have such a difference the uniformity of practice must be secured by action of parliament.
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