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crown court

noun

  1. 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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Mr Taylor, who is being held in custody, will be asked to offer a plea at Kingston Crown Court on May 4.

When he appeared at Chester Crown Court Monday, Blackshaw was handed a four-year prison term.

This led by degrees to his becoming well known in the Crown Court, although civil business was slow in presenting itself.

He was in the town, and at eleven o'clock he took his place in the Crown Court.

These things may fit him to be the idol of Crown Court, but do little more.

It was first assembled in the Crown Court, but afterwards there was an adjournment to the outer hall.

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