Court of Great Sessions in Wales
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Court of Great Sessions in Wales was the main court for the prosecution of felonies and serious misdemeanours in Wales between the second Laws in Wales Act of 1542 and the court's abolition in 1830. It was established under the Act which formally incorporated Wales within the English legal system. Of the 13 Welsh counties, 12 - that is, all except the County of Monmouth - formed new court circuits. These were Chester (comprising the counties of Flint, Denbigh and Mountgomery); North Wales (Anglesea and the counties of Caernarvon and Merioneth); Brecon (the counties of Brecon, Glamorgan, and Radnor); and Carmarthen (the counties of Kayermarthen, Cardigan, and Pembroke).
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- 11 May 2012
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