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a public building in which courts of law are held
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A building designed to contain one or more courtrooms and related facilities, such as judge’s chambers, administrative offices, and jury rooms.
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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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