Criminal Appeals in Hong Kong provides a concise and comprehensive explanation of criminal appeals in all criminal jurisdictions in Hong Kong. A chapter is devoted to each of the courts in Hong Kong and a step-by-step guide is provided to assist practitioners in deciding whether to commence an appeal or to respond to an appeal. The key statutory provisions are set out in a clear manner and key cases are discussed to explain the central legal issues. Applicable Practice Directions are included. The book also contains a detailed historical account of the development of criminal appeals in Hong Kong and a chapter explaining the court structure and the role of the prosecution. The constitutional significance of criminal appeals is explained including the meaning and scope of art 11(4) of the Hong Kong Bill of Rights and relevant provisions in the Basic Law. The importance of criminal appeals to the Rule of Law is a central theme in the book.