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  • Westminster Magistrates' Court

    The City of Westminster Magistrates' Court is a Magistrates' Court in Central London. It was originally called Horseferry Road Magistrates' Court, after Horseferry Road where it is sited, but was renamed in July 2006 when Bow Street Magistrates' Court closed. Since then it has become the court where the Chief Magistrate of England and Wales sits, and all extradition and terrorism-related cases pass through the court.
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  • Westminster Magistrates' Court

    Westminster Magistrates' Court is a magistrates' court at 181 Marylebone Road, London. The Chief Magistrate of England and Wales, who is the Senior District Judge of England and Wales, sits at the court, and all extradition and terrorism-related cases pass through it. The court opened on September 22nd 2011 as a replacement for the City of Westminster Magistrates' Court.
  • Westminster Magistrates Court

    The City of Westminster Magistrates' Court was a magistrates' court located at 70 Horseferry Road, in the City of Westminster, London. It was originally called Horseferry Road Magistrates' Court, after the road in which it was sited. However, it was renamed in July 2006 following the closure of Bow Street Magistrates' Court. It served as the court where the Chief Magistrate of England and Wales sat, and all extradition and terrorism-related cases passed through the court. The court closed permanently on September 22, 2011, and was replaced on the 27th September 2011 with Westminster Magistrates' Court, built on the site of Marylebone Magistrates' Court at 181 Marylebone Road.
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