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courtroom

noun as in bench

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Stewart, who declined comment in the courtroom Wednesday, is an Air Force veteran, a designation which gave him an edge when seeking federal contracts, especially from the VA.

The company recently worked a lot with local officials to install basic Internet infrastructure, for instance, like helping Brazilian cities create virtual courtrooms, he said.

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To address the heart of the crisis, though, you have to look beyond a courtroom.

“Your mother is making an enormous leap of faith on your behalf, and you are the one person in this courtroom who can make sure your mother doesn’t have to choose between her love for you and her duty to this court,” Carlson told the defendant.

Roberts praised innovations in the lower courts involving the use of video, partitioning courtrooms to make those who had to come to court more safe and “drive-through” naturalization ceremonies in Florida and Michigan.

A grand juror in the Ferguson case is suing to be able to explain exactly what went down in the courtroom.

He fainted several times in the courtroom, yet the judge refused to allow doctors in the courtroom.

An Army National Guard colonel charged with knowingly exposing a woman to HIV faced his accuser in a military courtroom on Monday.

But we cannot be entirely sure that El Chapo will remain in a Mexican prison, much less ever see an American courtroom.

Her father can attest to that, having seen her in action in a Brooklyn courtroom.

She stood up, looking like a woman in a trance, and moved slowly toward the door in the rear of the courtroom.

It was further ordered that no one be allowed to leave the courtroom under any circumstances.

Ironical laughter at this juncture caused the removal of several spectators from the courtroom.

The courtroom was turned into a propaganda meeting during the examination of the witness.

His realistic story of the conditions on the Verona moved many in the courtroom to tears.

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On this page you'll find 40 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to courtroom, such as: attorneys, barristers, bench, counsel, counselors, and court.

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