He has received a letter from Her Majesty's Courts Service instructing him to attend as a juror on Newcastle's Quayside.
What does HMCS stand for?
HMCS stands for Her Majesty's Courts Service (UK)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 19 other meanings of HMCS in our Acronym Attic
- Here's My Card Records (Toronto, Canada record label)
- High Mill Church of the Resurrection (Canton, OH, USA)
- Huntsville and Madison County Railroad Authority (Alabama)
- Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy (San Francisco, CA)
- Hazardous Materials Control Research Institute
- Harmonised Mandatory Control System
- Hawaiian Mission Children's Society (est. 1852)
- Helmet Mounting Cueing System
- Her Majesty's Canadian Ship (Canada)
- Her Majesty's Colonial Ship
- Her Majesty's Custom Ship (Canada)
- Her/His Majesty's Canadian Ship
- High Maltose Corn Syrup
- His/Her Majesty's Civil Service
- Huygens Monitor and Control System (US NASA)
- Hydrometrocolpos, Postaxial Polydactyly, and Congenital Heart Malformation
- Senior Chief Hospital Corpsman (Naval Rating)
- Hybrid Multi-Configuration Self-Consistent Field
- Her Majesty's Colonial Steam Sloop (Australian warship)
- Healthy Memphis Common Table (Memphis, TN; community health)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Its customers include Her Majesty's Courts Service, the National Museum of Wales, Next, Boots and Argos.
A spokesman for Her Majesty's Courts Service (HMCS) said: "The most serious and complex cases, both criminal and civil, are heard by High Court judges in courts near to where the events took place and in a place most convenient to parties and witnesses.
THE North Liverpool Community Justice Centre team was recognised at the Her Majesty's Courts Service National Awards.
Now Plaid Cymru AM Chris Franks, who obtained the figures, is calling on Her Majesty's Courts Service to look at using hotels in Cardiff rather than have an official residence.
A spokesman for Her Majesty's Courts Service (HMCS) said: "HMCS takes the issue of security very seriously.
Last April the management of all courts was joined together in a new organisation, Her Majesty's Courts Services.
From April 2005, all 700 crown, county and magistrates' courts will form Her Majesty's Courts Service, a move which will provide greater efficiency for the estate.