- Crown Court
- Crown Court ► NOUN ▪ (in England and Wales) a court which deals with serious cases referred from the magistrates' courts.
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Crown Court — UK US noun [countable/uncountable] [singular Crown Court plural Crown Courts] legal a court of law in England and Wales that deals with criminal cases … Useful english dictionary
Crown Court — [kraʊn kɔːt] der, britisches Strafgericht mit Sitz in London und als reisendes Gericht in verschiedenen Städten von England und Wales. Seit dem Courts Act von 1971 besteht der Crown Court als selbstständiger dritter Teil des Supreme Court neben … Universal-Lexikon
Crown Court — ➔ court1 * * * Crown Court UK US noun [C, usually singular] ► LAW in the UK, the court of law that is responsible for serious criminal cases: »Crown Courts have power to deal with indictable offences, and also hear most appeals from magistrates… … Financial and business terms
Crown Court — Crown Courts N COUNT: usu sing, oft in names In England and Wales, a Crown Court is a court in which criminal cases are tried by a judge and jury rather than by a magistrate. He appeared at Manchester Crown Court on Thursday on a drink driving… … English dictionary
Crown Court — an English court, a part of the Supreme Court and a single court, although it sits in many places all over England and Wales. It is the workhorse of the English criminal system (along with the magistrate s court). Its decisions and sentences may… … Law dictionary
Crown Court — n [U and C] a court of law in Britain that deals with serious criminal cases and is higher than a Magistrates Court … Dictionary of contemporary English
crown court — noun count a court of law in England and Wales in which a judge and JURY deal with serious crimes … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
Crown Court — This article is about the British court. For the TV programme, see Crown Court (TV series). For the church, see Crown Court Church. This article is part of the series: Courts of England and Wales Law of Engla … Wikipedia
Crown Court — n (in England and Wales) a local court in larger towns and cities where serious criminal cases are tried by a judge and jury. Cases may come to the Crown Court when a magistrates’ court decides that they are too serious for it to deal with. If a… … Universalium
Crown Court — 1) South out of Cheapside at No. 64, next to Sir John Bennett s (P.O Directory). In Cheap Ward. First mention: O. and M. 1677. Probably named after the house called the Crown occupied by a Mercer, temp. H. VIII. See Crowned Seld.… … Dictionary of London