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langtons
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Re:Terminology     (Posted on: 2021-11-23 10:05:38)

Maybe two people both charged with the same offence presumably, or both connected with a civil action. Often this can be the case with married couples, or directors of a company, only one name is used like (Harrods v Crown) but there can be two defendants in the same hearing, sentenced together in a criminal hearing.
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Terminology     (Posted on: 2021-08-26 20:10:47)

When looking at Crown Court cases why would two people be listed under one name for a plea hearing?

They have one name and casenumber but when you click the arrow and it opens up to show what happened there\'s two people listed in the same court room number and both for a plea minutes apart.
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