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The Chief Magistrate, Judge Lisa Hannan, has pleasure in inviting all to virtually join a Bench Welcome for  Magistrate Victoria Campbell and  Magistrate Helen Murphy on Friday 23 April 2021 at…
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The Magistrates’ Court of Victoria welcomes the release of the Report from the Review of Sexual Harassment in Victorian Courts and VCAT. The report, which was jointly initiated by the Victorian…
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The Magistrates' Court of Victoria has published its COVID-19 phased response and recovery plan. Visit the COVID-19 response plan.  
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The following update is from the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Victoria and Chair of Courts Council, Anne Ferguson, on behalf of the Victorian courts and VCAT.   We welcome the new public…
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Non-sitting days during 2021 in the Magistrates' Court of Victoria are: Friday 1 January 2021 (New Year's Day public holiday) Tuesday 26 January 2021 (Australia Day public holiday) Monday 8 March…
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The written reasons for the decision in the Craig McLachlan matter, heard at Melbourne Magistrates' Court on 15 December 2020, have been published on the MCV website. Click here to download a copy.
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In a first for the Magistrates’ Court of Victoria and Children’s Court of Victoria a web portal, called eDocs, is being launched today for external court users to electronically lodge documents.…
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Magistrates’ Court matters adjourned earlier this year due to coronavirus will start to be heard online from Monday, 9 November. These matters will be heard via the Online Magistrates Court (OMC)…
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The new Magistrates' Court General Civil Procedure Rules 2020 (‘the General Civil Rules’) and the Magistrates' Court (Miscellaneous Civil Proceedings) Rules 2020 (‘the Miscellaneous Rules’) commenced…
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A new Case Management System (CMS) is being developed for the Magistrates' Court of Victoria (MCV) and the Children's Court of Victoria (ChCV) as part of the state government's $1.9 billion package…
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