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Old Bailey

the chief court exercising criminal jurisdiction in London; the Central Criminal Court of England
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Judge Peter Beaumont, the Recorder of London, told Nasri he had betrayed Nisha's trust and said: "She was a loyal, loving and supportive wife."
Yesterday Judge Peter Beaumont, the Recorder of London, gave her a nine-month suspended jail sentence.
The Recorder of London, Judge Peter Beaumont, fixed the preliminary hearing for June 5.
At a bail hearing, Judge Sir Michael Hyam, Recorder of London, recommended she be moved to a women's prison.
One of this Wroth's first appearances in public records is as a JP when he and William Fleetwood, the Recorder of London, sat in judgement over a joiner who resisted paying subsidy to the county for the crown.
Every recorder of London since William Hogarth has transmitted depictions of the city over his own particular wavelength.
In the Old Bailey hearing, Recorder of London Judge Hilliard QC decided he was no longer able to hear the case and it should be referred to the higher jurisdiction of the Attorney General for more consideration before proceeding further.
Sentencing her, The Recorder of London, Nicholas Hilliard QC, said: "There is nothing to suggest that you didn't ordinarily look after her properly.
In a light-hearted speech, the Recorder of London, Nicholas Hilliard QC, cited the likes of Craig Revel-Horwood and Len Goodman as well as judges Judy and Rinder as TV trailblazers.
Recorder of London Judge Nicholas Hilliard gave the verdicts for Allerton dad-of-two Garry Barlow, 50, Aigburth security expert Paul Morgan, 46, and five other men caught up in the Algerian hostage crisis in 2013.
Recorder of London Judge Peter Beaumont told Harris: "This is a terrible thing you did for reasons which are quite incomprehensible."