Magistrate court cases take a week longer to complete

Magistrate court cases take a week longer to complete
 

A victim's charity says growing court delays are damaging "the public's confidence in the criminal justice system".
When the BBC probed courts data last year, some magistrates warned their courts were "on the cusp" of breakdown.
One year on, the average time taken to complete magistrate cases in England has risen 6% from 151 days to 159 days.
The Ministry of Justice said £1bn was being spent improving courts.
The BBC's findings come amid the closures of 47 of 186 English magistrate courts. And earlier this year, the Public Accounts Committee found the court system to be... read more

 
17 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 57
Source: BBC
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