justice of the peace court


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justice of the peace court

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(Law) (in Scotland, formerly) a court with limited criminal jurisdiction held by justices of the peace in counties: replaced in 1975 by the district court
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He arrived at the city's Justice of the Peace court with a PS30 parking fine stuck beneath the windscreen wiper of his PS100,000 Range Rover.
The court heard he jumped the lights while on bail for a separate incident at Glasgow Justice of the Peace court.
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Stipendiary Magistrate Josephine MacLean ruled there was no case to answer following a trial at the city's Justice of the Peace court.
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Stewart was released with an order to appear in Kent County Justice of the Peace Court 7 at a later date.

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