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courtroom

The main room in a courthouse where the judge presides.
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While restoring the building's original neoclassical facade, the firm also saw expansion of the lobby, the addition of a new seminar room, and the design and building of the new Jacob Burns Moot Court Room.
One court room in the county is used for less than nine hours a week.
The court cancelled their interim bails and they were arrested outside the court room.
The court room was filled with people as more than 50 lawyers were present in court to support Mumtaz Qadri, hence the bench decided that next hearing of the case would take place in courtroom number 3 due to shortage of space in the court.
It was the first time TV cameras were allowed into a British court room to film an entire murder trial Lafferty said: "Few of us have the time or opportunity to go to court to see cases proceeding, and television, produced responsibly and under judicial control, is an obvious means of achieving this.
Around 300-350 supporters are also standing outside the court room where the case is being heard.
Summary: In an uncommon scene, a female lawyer entered a court room in the Abu Dhabi Court of Appeals accompanied by one of her assistants who was pushing a trolley carrying nine giant folders that she claimed were documents to prove that her client had fulfilled all his financial obligations towards his employees.
It is understood he got past security-coded doors to access the judges' corridor leading to court room 73.
Now playwright Peter Harrison has penned a play about the trial, The Circus on Lime Street, which will be premiered by the 100th Meridian Theatre Company in the very place where Kelly went on trial - St George's Hall's crown court room.
Dozens of reporters and members of the public were packed inside the court room in Oslo as Anders Breivik walked in wearing a dark suit.
They took law and order into their own hands and ransacked the chief justice's court room, demanding an apology over the allotment.
The session took place under strict security measures and media was not allowed inside the court room.