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The Ministry of Justice’s London headquarters has begun functioning as a Nightingale court hearing cases that are not usually open to the public.

The building in Petty France, which is also home to the Crown Prosecution Service and Law Commission, is one of 10 venues to host a Nightingale court to ease pressure on the justice system as a result of the coronavirus.

A press conference room has been turned into a courtroom and will deal with family cases

MoJ HQ will deal with work from East London and West London family courts.

Read the full article here: The Law Gazette

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