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by P. Pope,Keith Soothill

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  • ISBN 0901541206
  • ISBN13 978-0901541208
  • Language English
  • Author P. Pope,Keith Soothill
  • Publisher The Centre for Crime and Justice Studies (ISTD) (March 1974)
  • Pages 32
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Medical Demands in Magistrates' Courts. 0901541206 (ISBN13: 9780901541208).

Medical Demands in Magistrates' Courts.

Some civil matters are also decided here, notably family proceedings. In 2015, there were roughly 330 magistrates' courts in England and Wales, though the government was considering closing up to 57 of these. The jurisdiction of magistrates' courts and rules governing them are set out in the Magistrates' Courts Act 1980.

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District judges (Magistrates’ courts) are full-time members of the judiciary who hear cases in magistrates’ courts. As magistrates do not need to have legal qualifications, they are advised in court on matters of law, practice and procedure. They usually deal with the longer and more complex matters coming before the magistrates’ courts. Find out more about District judges (Magistrates’ courts) here.

Alleged scam run from Liverpool Magistrates' Court was an 'open secret' in the city. Accused: Court clerk David Kelly is charged with perverting the course of justice by helping drivers escape penalty points in return for cash. Kelly forged forms to 'falsely claim' that court had removed convictions. DVLA eventually became suspicious about the number of forms they were receiving from the court. A rogue court clerk was allegedly paid thousands of pounds by motorists who wanted to avoid driving bans in an illegal scam organised under magistrates' noses.

The Magistrates’ Court is the lower criminal court in the U. Summary offences are tried in the Magistrates’ Courts. Enforcing council tax demands and issuing warrants of entry and investigation to electricity and gas authorities

The Magistrates’ Court is the lower criminal court in the UK. There are about 330 Magistrates’ Courts in the UK with one in almost every town and city. For the most part, magistrates try criminal cases in the Magistrates’ Court, with 90% of criminal cases being completed there. Examples of summary offences are driving without insurance, taking without consent, common assault, and less serious driving offences. Enforcing council tax demands and issuing warrants of entry and investigation to electricity and gas authorities.

Magistrates’ court, in England and Wales, any of the inferior courts with primarily criminal jurisdiction covering a wide range of offenses from minor traffic violations and public-health nuisances to somewhat more serious.

Magistrates’ court, in England and Wales, any of the inferior courts with primarily criminal jurisdiction covering a wide range of offenses from minor traffic violations and public-health nuisances to somewhat more serious crimes, such as petty theft or assault. Magistrates’ courts with similar. There are several hundred such courts in England and Wales, presided over by a bench or panel of two or more lay, unpaid magistrates. They study the facts of a case and are advised on points of law by the clerk to the justices, who is responsible for the administrative functions of the court.

Gibbens, . Soothill, K. & Pope, P. (1977) Medical remands in the criminal court. James, D. & Hamilton, L. (1991) The Clerkenwell scheme: assessing efficiency and cost of a psychiatric liaison service to a Magistrates' court. British Journal of Psychiatry, 303, 282–285

Gibbens, . Maudsley Monograph No. 25. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Gunn, J. & Joseph, P. (1993) Remands to hospital for psychiatric reports: a study of psychiatrists' attitudes to section 35 of the Mental Health Act 1983. Psychiatric Bulletin, 17, 197–199. British Journal of Psychiatry, 303, 282–285. Joseph, P. & Potter, M. (1993) Diversion from custody. I: psychiatric assessment at the Magistrates' court. II: effect on hospital and prison resources.