What are the different court systems that opperate in the UK?
I am just beginning to look into the courts system in Great Britain and realise there are quite a few different courts.
These courts differ in a few ways which I don't understand so would anyone like to help me out on this one.
Are the way they operate differently as well?
There is a possibility I will be visiting a few courts over the next year or two to help others but I have to start learning the process of these places before I do.
Do you act differently in each one?
Do you speak differently in them?
What is the best advice on this matter?
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Indeed, most judges, magistrates, barristers and solicitors work together and are members of the Bar. So this forum is all about legal practitioners and the court system. Obviously, we discover some of the games they play behind our backs.
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