A prominent city lawyer told how 21 magistrates' courts operated in Liverpool in 1990.
What does MC stand for?
MC stands for Magistrates' Courts (UK)
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- Macaroni Cheese
- MacDonald Cartier (trans-Canada Highway 401)
- Macerata, Marche (Italian province)
- Machine Cancel (philately)
- Machine Congestion
- Mad Catz (game accessory maker)
- Mad Cow
- Magic Candle (game)
Samples in periodicals archive:
District Judge Michael Wood has agreed to stop sitting at magistrates' courts across County Durham while the investigation proceeds.
Across Wales and England the Government is to close 93 magistrates' courts and 49 county courts.
Family aspects of the magistrates' courts are already moving into the new pounds 20m City Square development on Moorfields as part of a new civil and family justice centre, but now a new home is planned for criminal cases.
Byline: By Helen Gabriel Hundreds of staff at magistrates' courts across the West Midlands went on strike yesterday for the first time in the service's 800-year history.
In the national ballot, 80% of 7,800 magistrates' courts staff who are members of the Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) voted for the national strike after what they said was a below-inflation pay offer of 2.
Magistrates' courts across England and Wales are to gain electronic access to one of the country's largest databases to help track down missing offenders who ignore fines and other court penalties.
The strike action was being taken at magistrates' courts across the West Midlands to protest against a new pay structure which will see a quarter of workers taking a pay cut and others receiving a pay rise.