Recent Examples of courtroom from the Web
Israeli newspapers lapped up every detail of his courtroom testimony, including allegations about first lady Sara Netanyahu’s champagne habit, angry outbursts and racist remarks about Naftali’s Middle Eastern background.
In the lawsuit, the city is asking the court to stop Sessions from adding these conditions to a its Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance grant, which is uses to pay police overtime, upgrade equipment and courtroom technology and train officers.
In Elliott's case, an unsuccessful appeal to Henderson potentially could be followed by a courtroom challenge, bringing further uncertainty to the proceedings.
Little of that rhetoric penetrated Reuter’s courtroom Monday.
Originally published by ProPublica. President Donald Trump’s efforts to boost fossil fuel extraction face a courtroom hurdle of his own making.
No explanation was provided on why U.S. District Judge William Walls sealed the courtroom.
The temporary ruling was made prior to the full case being heard in his courtroom.
The new building would include 227,000 feet of space for eight courtrooms and a 600-space parking garage, with a projected completion date of 2021.
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Definition of courtroom for English Language Learners
: a room in which legal cases are heard
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