Interlocutory Criminal Appeals in Australia is a guide to the law and practice relating to appeals prior to or during a criminal trial. It is directed toward solicitors and barristers practising in criminal law in New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia, DPP’s, Police prosecutors, Legal Aid and the Courts. It also contains scholarly analysis, comparative material and consideration of possible reforms. This work considers the topic of interlocutory criminal appeals largely from a practical perspective, but also with some consideration of history, overseas law and future possibilities. The book is designed to provide guidance to criminal law practitioners on how interlocutory criminal appeals function – at the stage of seeking leave to appeal (if necessary), the appeal itself and the aftermath.