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New service providers began work in Wales from 1 April 2021
The new criminal case management system is now in use at a further five courts in these regions.
The home of Bolton Wanderers Football Club will begin a new life as a temporary court this week, joining the national effort to tackle the impact of coronavirus on the criminal justice system.
HMCTS to start to offer on-site rapid testing to people who attend scheduled hearings and are not showing symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Scammers using HMCTS telephone numbers to demand tax payments.
New moves across the country keep HMCTS on track to open 60 Nightingale courtrooms by the end of March.
Pilot to trial the use of home testing kits among court users at five sites.
Deaf people requiring the use of a sign language interpreter will be allowed to take part in jury service for the first time, Ministers announced today (9 March 2021).
Rooms form part of HMCTS commitment to open 60 Nightingale courtrooms by the end of March.
The new, digital system – designed to enable the criminal justice system to use, manage and share case information much more effectively – is now live in at criminal courts in Guildford and Staines.
Material can now be disclosed on the Digital Case System
This event provides information on the arrangements in place at courts and tribunals to meet the Government’s COVID-secure requirements and Public Health guidelines.
London Criminal Courts Solicitors' Association, Criminal Law Solicitors Association and Crown Prosecution Service join fast-track entry to HMCTS buildings.
Southwark Crown Court is the next location for a HM Courts and Tribunals Service pilot to trial rapid testing of court users as part of the Government’s ongoing UK-wide drive to increase the availability of testing and help …
Efforts to deliver speedier justice have been stepped up today (17 February 2021) with the announcement of 14 more temporary courtrooms and a first ‘super courtroom’ to hear large, complex cases.
Scammers using Royal Courts of Justice telephone numbers to demand tax payments.
A recording of the live event hosted on 2 December 2020, including presentation slides.
A ‘Nightingale court’ has opened in Taunton, joining the national effort to tackle the impact of coronavirus on the criminal justice system.
The contribution made by HMCTS staff to keep the justice system running during the COVID-19 pandemic has been recognised by the Queen.
New system will replace Clickshare for use in presenting multi-media evidence in court.
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