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21 September 2021 — Press release
Efforts to deliver speedier justice across London have been stepped up this week after a fifth Nightingale court opened its doors in the capital.
13 September 2021 — Blog post
Fitting together all the pieces when hearing a murder trial is always challenging for the Crown Court. Add in multiple defendants and the impact of essential safety measures, and the picture becomes even more complicated.
10 September 2021 — Press release
More victims, defendants and witnesses will receive faster access to justice when the first ever ‘super courtroom’ opens in Manchester today (10 September).
6 September 2021 — Blog post
Jasmine Norton highlights how HMCTS prepared for the implementation of new orders being piloted in London from July 2021 and looks at the context of the work within a wider policy perspective.
16 August 2021 — Guidance
This page provides advice and guidance for all court and tribunal users during the COVID-19 pandemic and will be updated when new advice is available.
21 September 2021 — Guidance
A weekly summary of the latest HM Courts and Tribunals Service operational position for users. We will aim to update this every Friday at 4pm.
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