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courthouse

a public building in which courts of law are held

Courthouse

A building designed to contain one or more courtrooms and related facilities, such as judge’s chambers, administrative offices, and jury rooms.

courthouse

1. A building in which are contained rooms for courts of law, judges’ chambers, offices of clerks of court, and, sometimes, other official offices.
2. A building containing county administrative offices, often including the county jail.
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Within the courthouse are offices of the State Attorney, Public Defender and Clerk of the Court.
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A few days later, when Justice Philip Viles and Court Clerk Gina Waits went to the courthouse to continue their duties for the Judicial Appeals Tribunal investigation of Byrd, they were told that they would be arrested if they did not leave the premises at once.
In 1994, the state required every courthouse to look into appropriate and economically feasible security measures.
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Court could take occupancy of a new courthouse in fiscal year 2006, but occupancy has been delayed by 8 years to fiscal year 2014 at the earliest.
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White said the 8-foot-tall monument erected at the Haskell County Courthouse in Stigler in fall 2004 does not violate the principle of church-state separation.
The new courthouse will replace the current building, which is the second oldest courthouse in the nation.