cutter court
 n.— «After lunch, the staff are told the court computer system has gone down, meaning serious delays. The custody court—or “cutter court,” as it’s known by prisoners and staff—is likely to go on until 9pm at least.» —“How I spent a day behind bars” by Lucy Adams The Herald (Glasgow, Scotland) Dec. 5, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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