Recent Examples of courtroom from the Web
People in the courtroom wept as family members of Campbell and Thomas took the stand Friday.
Education dollars belong in the classroom not in the courtroom.
The judge has pushed for a global settlement that would address all the lawsuits filed nationwide, including those not in his courtroom, and said the goal is to put money toward reducing the number of pills on the street.
Yet the fact that the lawsuits were allowed to proceed this far and that the judge has cemented the science in the courtroom means that the foundation for climate change litigation is the strongest it’s ever been.
Conclusion Do fake coins really need a lawyer’s protection in the courtroom?
Broward Circuit Judge Paul Backman will bring the lawyers back into his courtroom on Monday to work out a schedule.
Judge Barnes arranged for her courtroom to remain open last Wednesday and Thursday nights, and the court’s IT director Richard Arendt set up TV screens and established a secure internet connection.
About 30 members of the Hebrew Israelite community, all wearing white, sat in the courtroom for over an hour, listening to Vigiser’s ruling.
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Definition of courtroom for English Language Learners
: a room in which legal cases are heard
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