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Leeds Borough Court

Overview of the Leeds Borough Court, taken from the public gallery. This courtroom in Leeds Town Hall was last used in 1992. It is formally named the Leeds Borough Court and was one of three when the building opened. It was used for cases involving both adults and children. Children would have been brought here and tried before 2 magistrates for crimes such as sleeping out or being destitute. It was latterly known as Court room 3 or the Remand Court, dealing with overnight arrests and those returning to Court after being remanded on a previous occasion.

Leeds Borough Court
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