trial at bar
Definition of trial at bar
1 : a trial before three or more judges of the court in which the proceeding is brought used chiefly in causes célèbres or to consider novel points of law
2 : trial before a judicial or quasi-judicial tribunal and especially before a court of justice : trial by a court and by a jury
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