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Across the country, 91 courts and tribunals will close, while a further 31 will merge with existing buildings.

 

 

See the link below for more details on this story: What effect is this going to have on local justice and how will the volume change for the remaining Courts to pick up the extra cases that will be heard at regional Courts in the future?

 

 

So with the change to digital and more use of the video conference and the use of telephones will see a significant change to the justice system.

 

 

How many more changes are in the pipeline and what will they be now? Only time will tell!!!! Centralisation will be more cost effective so will the EA's face the same cuts or will more be used? If the latter will this be just the start of a new justice system?

 

 

Imagine facing the bench from your armchair? Homemade justice without the need to attend a live court!!!!

 

 

http://www.echo-news.co.uk/news/13424238.Essex_courts_to_close_as_Government_makes_cuts/

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Imagine facing the bench from your armchair? Homemade justice without the need to attend a live court!!!!

 

I sentence you to twelve years. Can you pop along to Dartmoor sometime tomorrow.

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Here's the list of proposed closures:

 

London

Bow County Court

Feltham Magistrates’ Court

Greenwich Magistrates’ Court

Hammersmith County Court (formerly West London County Court)

Lambeth County Court

Pocock Street Tribunal Hearing Centre

Richmond-upon-Thames Magistrates’ Court

Tottenham Magistrates’ Court

Waltham Forest Magistrates’ Court

Woolwich County Court

Midlands

Birmingham Youth Court

Burton-upon-Trent Magistrates’ Court

Buxton Magistrates’ and County Court

Corby Magistrates’ Court

Grantham Magistrates’ Court

Hinckley Magistrates’ Court

Kettering County Court

Kettering Magistrates’ Court

Sandwell Magistrates’ Court

Shrewsbury Magistrates’ Court

Skegness Magistrates’ Court

Solihull Magistrates’ Court

Stafford Magistrates’ Court

Worksop Magistrates’ Court

North East

Consett Magistrates’ Court

Halifax County Court and Family Court

Halifax (Calderdale) Magistrates’ and Family Court

Hartlepool Magistrates’ Court and County Court

Morpeth County Court

Rotherham Magistrates’ Court, County Court and Family Court

Scunthorpe Magistrates’ Court, County Court and Family Court

Wakefield Magistrates’ Court

North West

Accrington County Court

Accrington Magistrates’ Court

Bolton County Court and Family Court

Bury Magistrates’ Court and County Court

Kendal Magistrates’ Court and County Court

Macclesfield County Court

Macclesfield Magistrates’ Court

Oldham County Court

Oldham Magistrates’ Court

Ormskirk Magistrates’ Court and Family Court

Runcorn (Halton) Magistrates’ Court

St Helens Magistrates’ Court and County Court

Stockport Magistrates’ Court and County Court

Tameside County Court

Trafford Magistrates’ Court and Altrincham County Court

Warrington County Court

West Cumbria Magistrates’ Court and County Court

South East

Aylesbury Magistrates’ Court, County Court and Family Court

Basildon Social Security and Child Support Tribunal (Acorn House)

Bedford and Mid Beds Magistrates’ Court and Family Court and Bedford County Court and Family Court

Bicester Magistrates’ Court and Family Court

Bury St. Edmunds Magistrates’ Court and Family Court and Bury St. Edmunds Crown Court

Chichester Combined Court (Crown and County)

Chichester Magistrates’ Court

Colchester County Court and Family Court

Colchester County Court Offices

Dartford Magistrates’ Court

Dover Magistrates’ Court

Eastbourne Magistrates’ Court, County Court and Family Court

Harlow Magistrates’ Court

Kings Lynn County Court and Family Court

Lowestoft Magistrates’ Court, County Court and Family Court

Redhill Magistrates’ Court and Family Court and Reigate County Court and Family Court

St Albans County Court

Tunbridge Wells County Court and Family Court

Watford Magistrates’ Court and Family Court

West Berkshire (Newbury) Magistrates’ Court

South West

Barnstaple Crown Court

Bath Magistrates’ Court, County Court and Family Court or North Avon (Yate) Magistrates’ Court

Bournemouth Magistrates’ Court

Cheltenham Rivershill House Tribunal

Chippenham Magistrates’ Court, Civil Court and Family Court

Dorchester Crown Court

Fareham Magistrates’ Court

Gloucester Magistrates’ Court

North Avon (Yate) Magistrates’ Court or Bath Magistrates’ Court, County Court and Family Court

Stroud Magistrates’ Court

Torquay Magistrates’ Court

Wales

Brecon Law Courts

Bridgend Law Courts

Carmarthen Civil, Family, Tribunal and Probate Hearing Centre

Carmarthen Law Courts (The Guildhall)

Dolgellau Crown and Magistrates’ Court

Holyhead Magistrates’ Court

Llangefni Civil and Family Court

Neath and Port Talbot Civil and Family Court

Pontypridd Magistrates’ Court

Proposal on the provision of court and tribunal estate in England and Wales

Prestatyn Magistrates’ Court

Wrexham Tribunal (Rhyd Broughton)

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The biggest change they could make is to close Northampton Bulk Court and make all claimants claim at the defendant's nearest court....imagine the chaos it would cause for the likes of Bryan Carter, Lowlife and others!

 

I thought that was the reason FOR Northampton Bulk Court, SG.

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The biggest change they could make is to close Northampton Bulk Court and make all claimants claim at the defendant's nearest court....imagine the chaos it would cause for the likes of Bryan Carter, Lowlife and others!

 

Really, are you sure?

 

Since when?

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