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Magistrate Court

Magistrate Court. The Magistrates’ Courts are the lower courts which deal with less serious criminal and civil cases. They are divided into Regional Courts and District Courts. In Criminal Courts the state prosecutes people for breaking the law.

Currently, Regional Magistrates’ Courts only deal with criminal cases whereas the District Magistrates’ Courts deal with criminal and civil cases. The Magistrate makes the decisions in a Magistrates’ Court; sometimes with the support of lay assessors. Magistrates’ Courts can be divided into either criminal courts or civil courts. Below are the list of Magistrate Court.

List of Magistrate Court

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Contact Details and Address of Magistrate Court

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Address: 2 M C Botha Dve, Vosloorus, Gauteng, 1475, South Africa, Boksburg. See full address and map.
Categories: Magistrate Court

Phone number:
011 906 7300
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Address: 10 School St, Dealesville, 9348, South Africa, Free State. See full address and map.
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Phone number:
051 811 0022
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Address: 186 Main Rd, Newlands, Gauteng, 2092, South Africa, Randburg. See full address and map.
Categories: Magistrate Court

Phone number:
011 477 7252
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Address: Lot 69, Babanango Rd, Nqutu, 3135, South Africa, Kwazulu Natal. See full address and map.
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Phone number:
034 271 1910
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Address: 1 Hof St, Doornpoort, Springbok, 8240, South Africa, Northern Cape. See full address and map.
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Phone number:
027 712 1215
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Address: Monument St, Graskop, 1270, South Africa, Mpumalanga. See full address and map.
Categories: Magistrate Court

Phone number:
013 767 1221
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Address: 39 Piet Retief St, Montagu, 6720, South Africa, Western Cape. See full address and map.
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Phone number:
023 614 1105

Conclusion:

The Regional Magistrates’ Courts deal with more serious cases than the ordinary Magistrates’ Courts – for example, murder, rape, armed robbery and serious assault. In terms of the Criminal Law (Sentencing) Amendment Act (No 38 of 2007) a Regional Magistrates’ Court can sentence a person who has been found guilty of offences that include murder or rape to imprisonment for life.

The Court can also sentence people who have been found guilty of certain offences such as armed robbery or stealing a motor vehicle to prison for a period up to 20 years. A Regional Magistrates’ Court can impose a maximum fine of R300 000.