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Synonyms for courtroom

a room in which a lawcourt sits

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Judge Lowe said the trial would have been a "relatively straightforward threeday trial" but that because some courtrooms have been kept empty, Shrewsbury has lost five or six sitting weeks in the last month and several cases were delayed.
It also issued a rule asking the authorities concerned to explain as to why the ineffectiveness of the respondents in displaying and preserving the portrait of Bangabandhu at the courtrooms across the country would not be declared illegal.
ISLAMABAD -- Enraged lawyers of the Islamabad Bar Association (IBA) on Friday locked the courtroom of a civil judge Shaista Khan Kundi over entering into heated argument with their leadership.
Virtual courtrooms allow defendants to appear for hearing sessions while at the correctional facilities via video-conferencing.
Now it has become a door closer - and the likes of it can be seen in many a courtroom in the LDA Complex facing the Election Commission offices on the Court street.
New Delhi [India], Feb 13 ( ANI ): The Supreme Court on Tuesday observed that intent of installing CCTVs in courtrooms is to ensure security and not to record its proceedings.
Dubai: A young suspect bounced off his seat, lifted up his kandora and ran out of the courtroom once a judge sentenced him to two months in jail.
A WIRRAL courtroom was sealed off after asbestos was discovered behind a wall.
The three courtrooms are equipped with high-tech devices that will allow defendants to deliver their testimonies more easily and freely.
The amendments to Kansas Supreme Court Rule 1001 start by allowing possession of cell phones and other electronic devices in courtrooms, but prohibit their use to make phone calls, or to record or transmit data, video or audio.
God in the courtroom; the transformation of courtroom oath and perjury between Islamic and Franco-Egyptian law.
Built in 1966, the 350,000-sq ft building had courtrooms with unlawfully unbalanced illumination from luminous ceilings that under-lighted walnut paneled walls, but over-illuminated the courtroom floor, or "well." Greg Lecker, a principal associate of LightSpaces, a division of Michaud Cooley Erickson, updated the luminous ceiling by balancing brightness ratios and salvaging the historic interior finishes.
The reconfigured facility will provide the law school with five courtrooms for moot courts, mock trials, and trial advocacy classes, as well as additional classrooms, seminar rooms, student study and office spaces, and faculty offices.
Since causing a mistrial in the Bruno Richard Hauptmann kidnapping and murder case, cameras have been inconsistently used in courtrooms,