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469 Every court of criminal jurisdiction has jurisdiction to try an indictable offence other than (a) an offence under any of the following sections: (i) section 47 (treason), (ii) section 49 (alarming Her Majesty), (iii) section 51 (intimidating Parliament or a legislature), (iv) section 53 (inciting to mutiny), (v) section 61 (seditious offences), (vi) section 74 (piracy), (vii) section 75 (piratical acts), or (viii) section 235 (murder); Accessories (b) the offence of being an accessory after the fact to high treason or treason or murder; (c) an offence under section 119 (bribery) by the holder of a judicial office; Crimes against humanity (c.1) an offence under any of sections 4 to 7 of the Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act; Attempts (d) the offence of attempting to commit any offence mentioned in subparagraphs (a)(i) to (vii); or Conspiracy (e) the offence of conspiring to commit any offence mentioned in paragraph (a).

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