Recent Examples of courthouse from the Web
After the hearing, Ms. Clifford stood outside the courthouse and posed for cameras before delivering brief remarks.
It’s within walking distance of Miami-Dade College, the courthouse and county government center, American Airlines Arena and Bayfront Park.
Last year, an independent commission recommended that the city replace the nine-jail complex with several smaller, modern jails close to courthouses and public transit, in lots big enough to also provide spaces for community use.
Voters rebuffed separate 1/5th-cent, 10-year sales taxes that would have generated about $9 million each for the courthouse and jail, both in Covington.
Federal marshals arrested Glover at his Racine home and took him to the courthouse and jail in Milwaukee.
Interest in Wednesday’s hearing was so high that a live video feed was set up in a second courtroom at the federal courthouse on Golden Gate Avenue to accommodate the crowd.
That was the question again one morning later that month at the small courthouse in downtown Norwich.
Hyde then led the audience on a pictorial walk down the west side of the square, beginning with No. 2, the original courthouse and the former home of Whitey's Army and Navy store for 67 years.
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COURTHOUSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of courthouse for English Language Learners
: a building in which legal cases are heard
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