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Central Criminal Court

Central Criminal Court. A court for the trial of treasons, murders, felonies, and misdemeanours, committed within the City of London, and county of Middlesex, and certain parts of Essex, Kent, and Surrey, and on the high seas. It was constituted by an Act of Parliament passed in the year 1834, and its sessions are held at least twelve times in every year.