King's Bench

Definition of "King's Bench"
  1. A segment under the High Court of Justice in England and Wales, dedicated to presiding over civil matters like commercial cases and reviewing criminal case appeals
How to use "King's Bench" in a sentence
  1. The King's Bench is reviewing the appeal of the commercial case decided last month.
  2. Many civil cases, including commercial ones, fall under the purview of the King's Bench.
  3. When it comes to criminal case appeals, the jurisdiction falls to the King's Bench.

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