Kings Bench


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King's′ Bench′


n.
the highest British court of common law, dealing with both civil and criminal cases: a division of the High Court of Justice.
Also called, when a queen is sovereign, Queen's Bench.
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In his two years in the NBA, Jimmer Fredette has been buried on the Sacramento Kings bench. That could change very soon as the club is, reportedly, shopping the BYU graduate.
He was tried at both the quarter sessions and the assizes in Worcester, and before the Kings Bench in London.
He casually made his way toward the visiting Kansas City Kings bench and grabbed the warm-up suit of a Kings benchwarmer in the final minutes of the team's rout of the lowly Pistons.
A physical game spilled over after Garnett dived for a loose ball near the Kings bench late in the second quarter.
Narcissus Luttrell's collected newsletters carried an update in November 1701 that 'An information is brought in the kings bench against 12 of the players, viz.
Sumita is a practising barrister at the Kings Bench Walk Chambers in London, and covers civil law and crime.
The single most important case in the matter of whether a gift made to effect a political change can be considered to have been made for a charitable purpose is that of Strakosh (deceased), Temperley vs Attorney-General, Kings Bench, 1881.
- Philip Monhan, Senior Clerk, Kings Bench Walk Chambers, Temple, London.