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Weiner’s parents and brother sat in the front row of the courtroom.
For about an hour, spectators watched from the courtroom as lawyers for the state, followed by lawyers representing two reproductive health clinics, shuttled in and out of the judge's chambers for separate conferences.
Prosecutors played hours of courtroom video from Nance’s cases during last month’s hearing.
The flamboyantly pious Moore launched his career-making crusade in 1992, by placing a wooden plaque of the 10 Commandments in his Etowah County courtroom.
During the preliminary hearing, Peyton sat on one side of the courtroom with his lead counsel, Carl Gibson Holladay, a public defender assigned to the trial earlier that month.
Companies counter that the Federal Arbitration Act protects their right to steer workers away from the courtroom and to block class-action lawsuits.
Yust was represented by a public defender and led in and out of the Cass County courtroom by three deputies.
During the course of the preliminary hearing, which began in June, Centre County prosecutors and defense attorneys sniped and bickered — causing the judge to threaten to throw out both sides from the courtroom.
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