Old Bailey

NOUN
  1. the central criminal court in London
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How To Use Old Bailey In A Sentence

  • Both deny murder but admit conspiracy to defraud at the Old Bailey. The Sun
  • But the opportunity did not arise: he waited in the corridors of the Old Bailey, but was never summoned.
  • Both deny murder but admit conspiracy to defraud at the Old Bailey. The Sun
  • The Corporation of the City of London have, in the most liberal manner, given a plot of ground, eighteen by thirteen and a half-inches, for the erection of a pickled whilks and pennywinkle establishment, at the corner of Newgate-street and the Old Bailey. Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 1, October 2, 1841
  • This wromgful conviction took place at the old bailey which is one of the oldest seats of judgement in the world. Army Rumour Service
  • Mark Malone, 30, told the Old Bailey he was only defending himself from the advances of Jeff Akers, 50, at the known "cottaging" spot. Your Local Guardian | Sutton
  • Both were convicted of evading duty at the Old Bailey. The Sun
  • On the summit of the Central Criminal Court at the Old Bailey in London, 195 feet above the ground stands the goddess Justitia upon a golden orb.
  • The fifth of those inquiries juddered to a halt in court 14 of the Old Bailey on Friday morning when the judge accepted the admission of prosecution counsel, Nicholas Hilliard QC, that to proceed with the trial of the three men charged with the murder would be "oppressive" and "unfair. Daniel Morgan was murdered. Now it seems justice is dead too | Duncan Campbell
  • Michael told the Old Bailey he had tried to defend his brother Lee, 13, before his father turned on him.
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