Crown Court

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Crown Court

the court, located around England and Wales, where serious crimes are tried by a judge with a jury. It hears appeals where the judge sits with magistrates.
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HIGH-PROFILE sentencings at Cardiff Crown Court could be filmed under a pilot programme being launched by the Ministry of Justice.
It was in the year 2000 that he was appointed a Recorder in the crown court and he became a circuit judge in 2010, based at Cardiff Crown Court.
The Judge, who sits in Truro, Plymouth and Exeter crown courts and has 32 years legal experience, made inquiries of the Law Society and the Bar Council, which covers barristers, but found no record of Evans.
As a higher court advocate Daniel is now the firm's principal representative in the Cheshire crown courts and also conducts high cost cases at the Runcorn office.
William Junior Boddinar, aged 19, of Smith Street, Foleshill, Coventry, and a 16-year-old, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, appeared at Warwick Crown Court this week.
This will allow magistrates courts to retain more cases that currently get passed on to crown courts.
We are pleased to be working with England's crown courts in developing effective and cost efficient solutions," said Terry Graham, CEO and President of VoiceIQ.
He appeared in the dock at Swansea Crown Court yesterday alongside co-defendant, Saifur Rahman Khan, 36, of Ty Gwyn Avenue, Penylan, Cardiff.
A NEW justice centre could mean an end to centuries of legal history at Warwick Crown Court.
The Prison Service successfully bid to fund the installation of additional virtual courtrooms at various prisons to meet the extra demand created by 30 crown courts which will be using this equipment.
Wolverhampton is one of 14 regional crown courts that will feature on the site and each tour uses pictures, sound and text to guide users through the physical environment of the court buildings and courtrooms.
LOCCS is responsible for managing the infrastructure that supports the royal, county and crown courts.