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Mk Magistrates Court Listings

Lists are published throughout the day. If you expect to see a particular dish and the list has not been published until 5pm (for the next day) or if you have a specific question about a published list, please contact the court directly. This is a new service, please be patient with us – thank you. Lists will continue to be posted in courthouses, and courts will continue to provide hearing lists to court professionals and the media. If a list for a particular court is not published, it may be because there are no sessions, and you can contact the court to confirm this. If you have any questions about any of the listed cases, you should contact the competent court directly. Starting at 1. In September 2020, the lists of Magistrates` Courts in England and Wales will be published online for the first time, making them more accessible to legal practitioners and the public. The lists are available on Courtserve in an amendment to improve transparency and support an open court system. By allowing the public to know where, when and how proceedings before the Magistrates` Court take place, the Magistrates` Courts are aligned with other courts.

The published lists contain the same information as the lists currently posted in our courthouses. This includes: the full name of the defendant who laid the charges (i.e. police), the courtroom, the time specified, and the case number. Please note that the hearing lists are correct at the time of publication, but are subject to change on short notice up to and including the day of the court. If you have a question about a particular list of courts, you should contact the court office concerned. From 3 October 2022, the CMS portal will replace the civilian components of EFAS. This means that court users can only prosecute cases filed in civil court. The CMS portal is being published in civil law – the second step in the transition from printed documents to digital filing, reducing the need to physically appear in court. For reasons of sensitivity, cases involving children (cases involving minors) are not published. This applies to both juvenile court lists and juvenile cases before adult courts.

Cases of night detention (pre-trial detention hearings) cannot be published because they are not known at the time of publication of the public list. To find out whether juvenile or night cases are taking place, the public can apply directly to the court. For reasons of sensitivity, cases involving children are not published. In addition, night guard cases cannot be published. However, the public may contact the court directly for further information on cases involving minors or at night, or for any question concerning any of the cases listed. The competent court will also be able to report if there are any restrictions on reporting. Lawyers can register to appear and offer a hearing period via EFAS. The Tribunal will prioritize the proposed timing to be better informed of when a hearing will take place. Lawyers who use SFEF avoid queues to appear in court.

The courts will continue to post the lists in their buildings and make the lists available to the media and court professionals. Instead, it provides the public with an additional method of knowing where, when and how trial court cases take place. Cases included in the published list may be subject to reporting restrictions. The court may impose reporting restrictions at any time, and it is the responsibility of the individual to comply with those restrictions. You can check if there is a declaration restriction by contacting the competent court. The schedules of the audiovisual links can be consulted on the Hearing Date page. From today (1 September 2020), the public and legal practitioners will be able to view the lists of district courts online at Courtserve. The online lists contain the same information as the lists currently posted in courthouses, including: The lists of the Magistrates` Courts in England and Wales are being published online for the first time, making it easier to access information about advertisements.

Courtserve will provide the public with an additional method of knowing where, when and how Magistrates` Court cases take place, and will align Magistrates` Courts with other jurisdictions. Open justice remains a fundamental principle of the work of the courts and this change promotes transparency. Use this link to consult the full list of the Court of Justice for the next available sitting day. You can start viewing the public court rolls online on our Online Services page.