|Last Updated: 19 October 2000||
Simple Search - Example 11
Example 11 - Using Court Name to find Breaches
Use the following steps to find all Breaches that were heard as part of a Case in a given Court E.g. Andover Magistrates' Court.
1 On the Home Page, click on Simple Search
2 In the Cases or Breaches box select Breaches
3 Click on Continue
4 In the Search Item box select Court Name.
5 Click on Continue
6 In the Enter (part of) text field type the Court Name.
If you know the complete Court Name, type it in full - E.g. Andover Magistrates' Court
If you only know part of the Court Name, enter what you know. E.g. Andover
The search will be done using the complete text you entered, i.e. Andover Court, will look for Results with "Andover Court" as the Court Name, NEITHER "Andover Magistrates' Court" nor "North West Hampshire @ Andover" will appear in the Results List.
If you change your mind and you wish to search for Breaches or Cases using an alternative criteria, click on start again, which will return you to the Cases or Breaches select box.
7 Click on Go to begin your search.
8 In a few moments, a hit list of Breaches heard at the Court you entered, is displayed.
9 Click on the Breach Number to view the Breach in more detail. E.g. Hearing Date, Court Name, Result, Fine etc.
10 Use the Back button on the Toolbar, to return to the list of Breaches
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