Victoria Legal Aid (VLA) may make a grant of legal assistance to a person for an interlocutory appeal to the Court of Appeal where any of the following applies:
- the trial judge has provided the necessary certification to appeal the interlocutory decision
- the trial judge has refused to provide certification to appeal the interlocutory decision and there are reasonable grounds for the interlocutory appeal
- the Court of Appeal has granted leave to appeal the interlocutory decision
- the prosecution has filed the appeal.
Applications under this guideline can only be made by the . A lawyer seeking a grant of legal assistance for an interlocutory appeal should submit an application via and include the following documents for assessment:
Reviewed 20 February 2022