Accusations of felony are to be made in the county court.

[Hudson notes that this referred to an accusation brought by a private individual. It presumably did not apply in cases such as where an individual was caught in a felonious deed red-handed, or following hue-and-cry, or later in possession of stolen goods (see Cap.4), or was accused by a public entity such as the leet jury. The county court was held in the Shirehouse, which was within Norwich castle fee.]