This definition appears frequently
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
See other definitions of RCJ
Samples in periodicals archive:
It's nonsense, spouted by foreign crooks ignorant of the British legal system - the Royal Courts of Justice deal with civil, not criminal, cases.
The Royal Courts of Justice were opened by Queen Victoria and the site occupies around 7.
Penelope Schofield told the families and representatives of the dead men that even though criminal proceedings will not have taken place in Algeria when the inquest begins at the Royal Courts of Justice, in London, in September, she would be asking whether the Algerian authorities had any objections to her using the documents she had received from them.
David Cody filed the proceedings in the Royal Courts of Justice, in the Strand against Andy and Judy Murray.
The matter is now being looked into by the Judicial Office, which is based at the Royal Courts of Justice, and it's believed a final decision has to be agreed by the Lord Chancellor.
One senior MI5 officer, known only as Witness G, was today due to give evidence at the Royal Courts of Justice in London on the 2005 attacks on three Tube trains and a bus.
The duo are currently consulting with counsel over a plan to return to the Royal Courts of Justice in London as they do not believe they received a fair hearing when Mr Justice Floyd ruled against them in their attempts to block the sale.
Blake, of Notting Hill, west London, went on trial alongside John Twomey, Barry Hibberd and Glen Cameron at the Royal Courts of Justice in January.