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This posting provides a brief historical analysis of how courts were created in England.

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Historical development of the English courts

Historically the first English courts were called Anglo-Saxon courts and the delivery of justice through these courts was descibed as an ordeal: the accused had to hold a red-hot iron and his guilt or innocence was determined by the extent of the blistering!

A key historical event wass the Norman Conquest 1066. The two key developments after this event were:
? strong central government
? evolution of a more efficient system ...

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