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courtroom

The main room in a courthouse where the judge presides.
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One of the causes of the delay was that one of the two crown courtrooms at Shrewsbury was closed for the whole of last week because two judges were on leave.
The High Court on Thursday asked the authorities concerned to display and preserve the portrait of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman at all courtrooms across the country within two months.
In December last year the lawyers had detained some 20 judges in their chambers after the Capital Development Authority conducted a midnight operation to demolish some of their chambers illegally built in front of and in the surroundings of the courtrooms, parking, entrance and emergency exit.
Summary: The Dubai Police has launched virtual courtrooms or "remote trials," the General Department of Criminal Investigation announced recently.
Perhaps the 'doctrine of necessity' was at work in courtrooms, commented the reporter.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Feb 13 (ANI): The Supreme Court on Tuesday observed that intent of installing CCTVs in courtrooms is to ensure security and not to record its proceedings.
One of the arresting policemen told Gulf News: "Once he ran towards the Sharia courtrooms, I changed my direction and ran in the opposite direction.
All other courtrooms within the building have remained open while investigations took place, with no disruption reported to cases being heard at the magistrates' court.
It has two other courtrooms, each of which has a 300-person capacity.
In mid-October, the Kansas Supreme Court amended the state's courts rules to explicitly permit tweeting and texting from courtrooms, becoming one of only a handful of states that explicitly allow such coverage of their courts.
Almost nothing has been written about the religious oath in Franco-Egyptian or Islamic courtrooms, but this should come as little surprise, says Bechor (Middle Eastern studies, Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Israel), because almost nothing has been written about the religious oath in any legal system.