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Why do magistrates sit as a panel of three?
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What is a Magistrates court?
A magistrates court is a court that deals with smaller crimes. They would generally deal with local cases, and if the cases dealt with are quite serious, they would be sent off to the high courts. Some of the people involved with the magistrates court are the three magistrates, who act as judges, but are members of the public. Three witnesses, one defence, and two prosecuting. One defendant, who is accused of the crime. Two defence lawyers, two prosecuting lawyers, so four lawyers in total. A victim, and more. There is no jury in a magistrates court, and no official judge. hope this helped xx <3 xx
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