My gt grandfather was head porter at East Brixton station. According to his service record, he was dismissed 14.03.1902 for embezzling eccess fares, and procecuted, oh dear! . He soon found employment locally as a porter with the post office. The alleged crime occured in the borough of Wandsworth, he lived in Southwark. I assume there was a court hearing, but where would this have been, Wandsworth or Southwark. I imagine if found guilty he would have received a custodial sentence? but it must have been short if so. He had only been married two weeks at the time. Well I'd like to follow this up, but where to start. I know newspapers will be one source, but I'm wondering whether procecution cases in Surrey were held locally in the borough they were alleged to have occured or in the accused borough of residence, or maybe centrally at a Surrey session hearing, if there was such an authority.