The Court of the Crown is the local justice administration unit for each domain of the Empire of Australia. Each court consists of a three-judge panel that hears disputes and dispenses the Justice of the Crown in cases brought by the Prosecutor of the Crown.
The Courts of the Crown were created through Décret 3 of the Empire of Australia by Eleanor the Second.
In front of every Court of the Crown is a statue of Eleanor the Second holding the scales of justice and brandishing a sword. The statue is the remind citizens of the Empire that the justice of the crown is backed by the will to enforce it across the land.