In May 1913, a woman, who was charged with drunkenness at the West Ham police court, laid the blame for her condition on her pipe.
There were reasons why none of them cared to come before the police court just now.
The condition is indeed rather one for the doctor than for the police court.
At last the van stopped, and he was led forth into the yard of the police court.
In 1833, the town felt the need of a police court, and one was established.
I'll take him across to Bournemouth, and we'll have him up at the police court in the morning.
He learns there will be a session of police court that afternoon at the new Criminal Court Building.
I'm only after being turned out of police court this morning.
Explain it in the police court, growled the big man with a crooked eye.
Perhaps there is a farce in the police court, and there the matter ends.