Court for the Consideration of Crown Cases Reserved, 1848-1907
Administrative / biographical background:
The Court for the Consideration of Crown Cases Reserved was established by the Administration of Criminal Law (Amendment) Act 1848 and was presided over by Judges of the High Court who sat when required. The Criminal Appeal Act 1907 transferred the Court's jurisdiction to the Court of Criminal Appeal and the Court was wound up in 1908.
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