E48 – The Superior Courts of England & Wales (Monologue)

Today’s episode looks at the senior courts of England and Wales, those being the Crown Court, Court of Appeal and the High Court of Justice. (In the next episode we’ll look at the Supreme Court). Today’s episode includes:

– what the senior courts do;
– what type of cases they hear and
– what judges work in these courts;

You’ll also find out about what happens in the Old Bailey and the Royal Courts of Justice.

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The Old Bailey - The Central Criminal Court, London

The Old Bailey - The Central Criminal Court, London

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