People's Court

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People's Court may refer to:

East Asia[edit]

Eastern Europe[edit]


  • People's Court (Germany), a court established by Adolf Hitler to deal with those accused of political offences
  • People's Court (Bavaria), a Bavarian court from 1918–1924, that tried, among others, Adolf Hitler and other Beer Hall Putsch conspirators

North Africa[edit]

  • Libyan People's Court, an emergency tribunal founded in Libya after the political change of 1 September 1969, to try officials of the Kingdom era


  • The People's Court, the first widely popular American "court show" in which actual small claims court cases were heard by a pseudo-judicial arbitrator
  • La Corte del Pueblo, the Spanish-language version of The People's Court that aired on the Telemundo network

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