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crown court

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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Just 16% of rape cases that went to trial at the crown court in 2014 saw the defendant plead guilty.
Morse, of previous clean character, was convicted by a jury at Cardiff Crown Court in July this year of four offences of having sexual activity with a child.
During a hearing at Durham Crown Court yesterday he spoke only to con-firm his name.
During a hearing at Durham Crown Court on Wednesday he spoke only to confirm his name.
He was released on conditional bail to attend Warwick Crown Court on June 22.
Urgent cases were transferred to either Newport Crown Court or Cardiff Magistrates' Court.
He will appear at a preliminary hearing at Mold Crown Court on October 31.
He was given conditional bail and is also due to appear before Crown Court on June 27.
The magistrates directed the case to Teesside Crown Court for a preliminary hearing on June 23 and remanded him in custody.
The issue of bail is set to be decided by a judge in Mold Crown Court tomorrow.
The case was transferred to Newcastle Crown Court by the chair magistrate.
He moved from Llangollen to Mold when the crown court first opened and provided daily reports for the Daily Post and other news outlets.