COURT OF CONSCIENCE

COURT OF CONSCIENCE

court of conscience. Hist. A local English court with jurisdiction of small-debt cases. ? The court was so called because its judgments were supposed to reflect equity and good conscience. County courts assumed the jurisdiction of the courts of conscience in 1846.
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