How Many Magistrates Can You Find in a Magistrates Court?

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A magistrate’s court usually made up of lay people. They are supposedly ordinary members of the community who are not paid for their services, and have little legal knowledge, though they are advised on law by the clerk of the court (a qualified lawyer). They usually sit in threes, or occasionally twos.
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