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courtroom

The main room in a courthouse where the judge presides.
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A ballistic glass wall in the high-security courtroom divides the public gallery from the main courtroom.
ISLAMABAD -- Enraged lawyers of the Islamabad Bar Association (IBA) on Friday locked the courtroom of a civil judge Shaista Khan Kundi over entering into heated argument with their leadership.
Special passes will be issued for the Courtroom Number -1.
to assist on the Trial Calendar in Courtroom 11 in Providence County; and to be in charge of the Civil Calendar in Newport County beginning the week of May 5;
Judge Richard Standridge - Criminal Justice Building, 1315 Locust St., Courtroom A, cases scheduled for 9 and 9:30 a.m.
A large number of Pakistan Peoples Party leaders and workers, including Sindh Assembly speaker Agha Siraj Durrani, Manzoor Wasan, Nisar Khoro, Imtiaz Sheikh and Waqar Mehdi were present in the courtroom.
There are unwritten rules covering every aspect of trials and the courtroom. Some are hard and fast requirements; some are more flexible.
Abu Dhabi Global Market Courts (ADGM Courts), the internationally recognised, independent courts of ADGM, has opened for viewing its fully digital, bespoke courtroom at an event in the ADGM Building on Al Maryah Island.
Summary: The ADGM digital courtroom allows efficient litigation and court proceedings in real-time
Summary: Courtroom will be paperless and will handle civil and commercial disputes
Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor has arrived inside the courtroom where she is expected to be charged with money laundering in relation to misappropriation of funds believed to be from her husband's scandal-tainted brainchild, 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB).
A court stenographer was arrested in Mandaluyong City for allegedly taking photos of her co-workers with her cellphone inside a courtroom while a case was being heard.