coming into court


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Synonyms for coming into court

formal attendance (in court or at a hearing) of a party in an action

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Langston, who had been drinking heavily before coming into court, even reportedly threatened to punch his own barrister Claire Harden after she went down to the cells to visit him.
A WITNESS in the Omagh bomb trial was 'got at' before coming into court, a senior defence lawyer claimed yesterday.
After several conferences, the judge called the jury in and told them: ``Certain matters were raised before me by counsel in my chambers just prior to coming into court.
And while they're at it, they must allow procedures for courts and traffic commissioners, just trying to protect the public, to check information coming into court.
Earlier defence lawyer Gavin Duffy, who voiced concern over Graham's mental state, told Mr Justice Stephens his client felt unable "to cope" with coming into court but that he could be sentenced in his absence.