The Court System in BritainЗавантажити презентацію
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Magistrates’ courts have limited civil jurisdiction, they have concurrent jurisdiction with the County Court and the High Court in cases relating to children.
Appeals from the High Court are heard in the Court of Appeal and may go on to the House of Lords.
Punishment Unconditional discharge Conditional discharge Probation Fine Imprisonment Life sentence Death penalty (only for treason)