Professional perjury in a law-court could not have been more self-conscious.
Reader: You tell me that, when two men quarrel, they should not go to a law-court.
Barrister, bar′is-tėr, n. one who is qualified to plead at the bar in an English or Irish law-court.
The law-court, rebuilt in recent times, preserves a Renaissance faade and a fine audience-hall of the 18th century.
He has some doubts—some very grave doubts—about his right to his estate, and straightway he goes and throws it into a law-court.
They also asked for an explanation of the way in which Austrian officials were to take part in their police and law-court work.
The theatre is turned into a law-court, and forensic eloquence is substituted for dramatic poetry.
The revelations of the law-court satisfied public curiosity, and excited indignant clamour.
For the most part these find their chief representative in the policeman, with the jail and law-court, as a background behind him.
But it was impossible that political passion should await the quiet investigation of a law-court.