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Old Bailey

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(Law) the chief court exercising criminal jurisdiction in London; the Central Criminal Court of England
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Noun1.Old Bailey - the central criminal court in London
criminal court - a court having jurisdiction over criminal cases
British capital, capital of the United Kingdom, Greater London, London - the capital and largest city of England; located on the Thames in southeastern England; financial and industrial and cultural center
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Recorder of London Nicholas Hilliard QC was due to hear the case at the Old Bailey, but instead referred the case to the Attorney General in October after receiving a statement from Robinson.
The Recorder of London, called him "a potential danger for the foreseeable future".
The Recorder of London, Judge Nicholas Hilliard QC, adjourned sentencing for reports.
The recorder of London, Nicholas Hilliard QC, adjourned the case, saying he would receive written submissions before making a ruling at a later date.
"We order that he is not to approach within 400 metres of Leeds Crown Court." Lord Burnett added that the rehearing will be conducted by the Recorder of London at the Old Bailey "as soon as reasonably possible".
Jailing Woolley, the then recorder of London, judge Michael Hyam, said he had killed the successful, much loved and courageous woman while "eking out a worthless existence by thieving to raise money to buy your next heroin fix".
Recorder of London Nicholas Hilliard QC told the Old Bailey that Yiannoulla had endured a "terrifying ordeal" at knifepoint.
He served as the Recorder of London and senior judge at the old Bailey 2013 - 2015 and previously was the deputy senior judge and Common Serjeant of London from 2005 to 2013.
Brizzi was taken before the Recorder of London, Nicholas Hilliard QC, at the Old Bailey yesterday to face the murder charge.
Beaumont, the Recorder of London, told him: "You took the life of a wholly innocent man who had shown you nothing but friendship and support."
Judge Peter Beaumont, the Recorder of London, said: "Gun violence with loaded weapons that imperils innocent people on the streets of London has to be stopped."