Where a judge sitting in the youth court declined jurisdiction and committed a young offender to the Crown Court for trial, he did not have to give expansive reasons for his decision but the reasons given had to show that he had properly directed himself with regard to the relevant authorities.

[2005] EWHC 1266 (Admin)

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