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MS Access - performing a count

Good afternoon - I have a table with court cases in it, and we're trying to figure out how many cases are tied to each court. Can someone help me with a query?

Table: tblCase
caseID
CaseName
CourtName

Ideally, the query would return the court name, with a count of all cases in that court.

Thank you kindly!
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Ross Turner

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Ross Turner

Hi

I've attached an example ms db and query but the code is as following

SELECT tblCase.Courtname, Count(tblCase.Casename) AS CountOfCasename
FROM tblCase
GROUP BY tblCase.Courtname;

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CountCourtCase.accdb
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