Recent Examples of courthouse from the Web
The mural will be painted offsite and installed at the courthouse, Brown said.
Dennis, of Chicago, is scheduled to appear Wednesday at the Bridgeview courthouse for a bond hearing, police said.
Rockville, Maryland — July 24, 2017 Nearly two years passed between the order to remove a 13-ton statue of a Confederate soldier near the local courthouse and it’s relocation.
In multiple videos and images posted to Twitter on Thursday, activists gathered around the Durham courthouse and marched toward the city jail to demand the charges be dropped — and to try to turn themselves in, too.
The mayor of Lexington, Kentucky, has announced plans to remove two Confederate statues from the city's former courthouse.
Hopefully the Supreme Court will put a stop to these takings for good and will open wide the federal courthouse doors for people who are being robbed by the government.
The nearest city park is in Breeze Hill, a few blocks south of the courthouse on the south side of the freeway — at least a 10-minute drive.
The hardware store, the courthouse, the desolate Main Street of this town in the hills outside Los Angeles—all of it looks so familiar.
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