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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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The post Assailant kills police officer, commits suicide in Turkish court house -- Anadolu appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
The Heritage Hub at the Old Court House has been funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Flintshire County Council.
Citing the difficulty of properly securing Mubarak's transfer to the Supreme Court House, the campaign demanded instead that the court move its sessions to the Police Academy.
A view from the dock at the Old Court House, in Wallasey Pictures: GAVIN TRAFFORD One of the cells The corridor of cells The dock in the courtroom
Originally redeveloped in 1997, the Court House has undergone a full refurbishment, providing open plan office living within a Grade II listed building.
Originally redeveloped in 1997, the Court House has undergone a full refurbishment, providing open-plan office living within a character Grade II-listed building.
The businessman claims lice insist he's being targeted because he lives in the old court house.
The Court House has recently undergone extensive renovation, funded in part by the Heritage Lottery Fund, and continues to be used by Warwick Town Council for its council meetings and as a visitor centre.
Ramallah The Israeli Central Court, reviewing the demolition of the entire Al Bustan neighbourhood of occupied East Jerusalem, postponed its decision to May 24 after thousands of people of various nationalities stormed the court house, the surrounding streets and the Al Bustan neighbourhood itself to create public pressure.
Hundreds of people demonstrated outside the court house chanting against the ex-minister.
The Judges which recessed the hearing to assess the prosecutor's request decided to arrest the 133 culprits who were present at the court house including, Ornek, Firtina and Engin Alan.
Summary: A suspected car bomb exploded outside a court house in Newry in Northern Ireland.