18: The Law Courts on the Strand

Law CourtsLeaving Aldwych, the bus continues back onto the Strand. The big, Gothic-style building on the left is the country's main civil court (The Royal Courts of Justice) This is where high profile, civil disputes such as divorce and libel are dealt with. Criminal cases are heard at the Old Bailey near to St. Paul's cathedral. As justice 'needs to be seen to be done' the courts are fully open to the public and there is a notice-board in the central hall which gives details of the day's proceedings.

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