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courthouse

noun as in town hall

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While lawyers have the power to strike potential jurors before a trial, local jurisdictions have quite a bit of say over how they get their initial jury pool that arrives to the courthouse.

After the suspects started talking about a plot to attack a courthouse, agents arrested them, according to the court papers.

It’s just not on a courthouse lawn that is supposed to be about liberty and justice.

Landlords have responded by filing hundreds of thousands of eviction notices at local courthouses around the country, cases that are ready to advance once moratoriums are no longer in place.

The third, a 16-year-old named Michael, was released from detention in October following charges for possession of a stolen vehicle, reckless discharge of a firearm and trying to escape from the courthouse.

The indicted are not going to show up at the federal courthouse in Pittsburgh to surrender to federal marshals.

When L.A. Times reporter Jack Nelson saw Clark in the courthouse, he said hello and extended his hand.

There is something irrevocable-feeling about couples tying the knot on the steps of the county courthouse.

On the steps of the old courthouse in the shadow of the arch where Al Sharpton addressed a media horde.

After the sentence was handed down, the men were led in handcuffs out of the courthouse amid crowds of people.

They were particularly interested in the quaint old courthouse, which had once been the capitol of Tennessee.

The site of the old Revolutionary battlefield at Guilford Courthouse is now a beautiful park.

Been up to the courthouse and roped in three of the county officials.

If you have you may remember that the courthouse of Montgomery County is right across the street from the best hotel.

Again the crowd was too large for the courthouse; again Eli made friends who detained him after the departure of the troupe.

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On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to courthouse, such as: bench, courtroom, tribunal, bar, city hall, and county courthouse.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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