Bow Street Magistrates' Court  

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Bow Street Magistrates' Court was the most famous magistrates' court in England for much of its existence, and was located in various buildings on Bow Street in central London close to Covent Garden throughout its history.


Famous defendants

Many famous accused people have passed through Bow Street, often on their way to be tried in the "Old Bailey" (Central Criminal Court) or the Crown Courts, or when being held on extradition or terrorism charges. These include:

See also




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