Derby Crown Court
Derby County Court Morledge
The Derby County Court, Morledge, is actually part of the Derby Combined Court Centre HMCS (Her Majesty\’s Court Service). The centre was built in 1989, and is so named because the building contains both the Derby Crown Court and the Derby County Court in one handy place.
What Cases are held here?
The Derby Court covers both civil and criminal cases including; divorce, personal injury, bankruptcy and small claims. The building also has a Family Hearing Centre, Care Centre, and holds the District Registry.
There have also been a number of high-profile cases held at Derby County court over the years, details of which are available to the public. For people wishing to follow Derby County court cases you can do so by visiting http://www.thelawpages.com/court-hearings-lists/Derby-crown-court.php
Pay your fines online:
If you are fined as a result of a conviction at Derby County Court You can now quickly, securely and easily pay them online; just click on the web link below. You need to have your Final Notice or Court Order to hand, along with your bankcard. The Final Notice or order has the numbers on it that you need to fill in the online form.
Derby County Court Contact Details:
Derby Combined Court Centre HMSC
Postcode: DE1 2XE
DX 724060 Derby 21
How to contact us:
Useful Phone Numbers For Derby County Court:
Switch board – 01332 622600
Urgent Court Business – 01332 622590 (4 July to 30 September)
Civil Court Fax – 01332 622543
Crown Court Fax – 01332 622540
Small Claims Mediation Service – 01782 200193
Jury Officer – 01332 622556
Witness Service – 01332 622536
Bailiff Manager – 01332 622592
County Court enquiries: email@example.com
County Court hearings: firstname.lastname@example.org
Small Claims Mediation Service Mediation.W4@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk
Criminal Court case progression email@example.com
Crown Court enquiries Enquiries@derby.crowncourt.gsi.gov.uk
Crown Court listing Listing@derby.crowncourt.gsi.gov.uk
Crown Court results Results@derby.crowncourt.gsi.gov.uk
Derby Combined Court HMCS Opening Times:
Our Court building opens the doors at 8.30 and closes at 6pm. The court reception counter is open for enquires from 10 am and closes at 4pm.
Get directions to the court
Arriving by car:
Take the J25 exit from the M1 then travel on the A52 until you reach Derby. You will see signposts marked for the city centre at the roundabout. You need to turn off at the second exit, heading to the city centre. When you reach a fork in the road, take the road on the left. You should move over into the outside lane on the carriageway. Turn right at the traffic lights and head to the Westfield Riverside Car Park then drive round to the back exit of the car park. The Derby Court is a short walk from here, just follow the signs.
Cost for parking is: 1.60 for an hour or less than an hour and 11.40 for parking for 8hrs to 11hrs
Get here by train or bus:
You can travel to the court on a regular train service to Derby; via the London line. When you arrive at Derby station, turn right and walk down Siddals Road. It will take you approximately 10 – 15 minutes to walk to the court buildings. Head to the Westfield Car Park and pass by the Eagle Market; you will see the court building next to the taxi rank. You can use either the No 44 or No 45 bus to get to the Derby Combined Court.
If you want to check out current or past Derby County Court or Derby Crown Court listings you can view them on The Law Pages website. The court listings are useful as they tell you what number of court a case is being held in; the case number and the person\’s name attending the court. This information is available free at:
If you need any information about your court records please contact your solicitor or call the court\’s customer service line on: Derby 01332 622600
The Derby court centre building has all the usual amenities such as toilets, vending machine, fax and photocopying service and information desk. Nearby you can buy snacks, meals and refreshments.
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Derby Magistrates Court