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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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Mackrell will be sentenced at Preston Crown Court on May 13.
He appeared at Merthyr Tydfil Magistrates' Court two days later, before appearing at Cardiff Crown Court later the same day.
Magistrates were told his case would be tied in with two other men whose cases had previously been sent to the crown court.
Manchester Crown Court at Crown Square performed better than Minshull Street for child sexual offences.
District Judge Michael Fanning sent Bowman's case to Leeds Crown Court where she will first appear for a plea and case management hearing on August 31.
The documents related to former Irish Guard Cecil McCready, who was later jailed at Guildford crown court on three counts of sexual assault on a child by a person of trust.
Declining jurisdiction, District Judge Kate Meek said: "My view is that this case should be tried at the crown court. In four weeks, you will attend the crown court on the Quayside.
They appeared at Llandudno Magistrates' Court yesterday and the case was referred to the Crown court.
Christopher Cork, 50, of Heantun Rise, Wolverhampton, faced two charges of conspiracy to supply class A drugs, and was remanded in custody and will appear at Warwick Crown Court on June 22.
Francisco John Prevete, of Weale Court, Wrexham, appeared at Flintshire Magistrates' Court yesterday charged with the murder of 34-year-old Craig Harold Maddocks.The 45-year-old was remanded in custody until Monday, when he will appear at Mold Crown Court.
At Newcastle Crown Court McGilvray spoke only to confirm his name, address and date of birth.
Gareth Evans was the first crown court reporter at Mold Crown Court and previously covered the assize courts at Ruthin.