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crown court

n
(Law) English law a court of criminal jurisdiction holding sessions in towns throughout England and Wales at which circuit judges hear and determine cases
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crown court

n (Brit) (Law) → corte f d'assise
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A 21-year-old man was yesterday sent to the crown court in custody, charged with robbing a man of a mobile phone, bank card and PS3 cash in Rhyl on June 21.
DAVID DUCKENFIELD and Graham Mackrell could both return to Preston Crown Court following the conclusion of their trial.
Philip Andrews, 51, was accused of killing Lana Owen, 46, in December - and was due to face a Crown Court trial.
He did not enter pleas but defending solicitor Bethan Jones indicated he would plead not guilty at the crown court.
Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court is one of the slowest in England and Wales for processing child sexual offences.
A MIDDLESBROUGH man will appear at Teesside Crown Court next month charged with touching a woman without her consent.
King, of no fixed address, denies killing him and his trial will take place at Leeds Crown Court on October 15.
A CROWN court judge wept in the dock as she denied illegally accessing files on a case she allegedly had a personal interest in.
James Long, prosecuting, said that, because of the seriousness of the injuries suffered by the victim, the case should be sent to Newcastle Crown Court.
| Last month Yasser Iqbal, 29, was jailed for just 15 months at Bradford Crown Court after killing Kenneth Parratt, 71, in a hit and run.
Prosecuting, James Long said told the court that the smuggling offences could only be heard at the crown court.
Inside Crown Court: Personal Experiences and Questions of Legitimacy