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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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* West Palm Beach, May 10, Palm Beach County Courthouse, 205 North Dixie Highway, Judicial Conference Room.
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Norwood exits the Tom Green County Courthouse after the first day of his trial, March 19.
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A federal appeals court has held that a Bible display outside a Texas county courthouse violates the separation of church and state.
Since then, Woodbury officials have also passed a law that requires the county's food service contractor to purchase organic food grown and processed within 100 miles of the county courthouse whenever available.
The Front 5 Building is the second LEED Certified building in Idaho after the Ada County Courthouse and Administration Building, which was certified using LEED for Existing Buildings.
He also developed the 335,000 s/f Court Plaza Complex at the corner of Essex and Main Streets, directly across from the Bergen County Courthouse. And more recently, transformed an aging block of buildings on Essex Street into the spectacular 85,000 s/f, 4-story Alfred N.
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