“Courtroom” in the news
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· 'There was this superior attitude': Nine boss lifts lid on NRL negotiations →
He also stands by the fact he would have battled it out in a courtroom if it had come to it.
· Visitors to scan QR code to enter court buildings beginning June 1 →
In addition, due to limited seats and space in the courtroom, all parties are required to sit at the designated seats to ensure social distancing.
· Most court cases will resume with caution after circuit breaker, but remote hearings remain: Chief Justice →
In the State Courts, the courtrooms continued to see daily chargings - as arrested persons have to be produced in court within 48 hours according to the Criminal Procedure Code.
The New York Times
· How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend? →
If you like courtroom dramas with a twist, watch this.
· Judge who asked alleged rape victim if she tried closing her legs removed from office →
In a separate incident involving money owed for child support, Russo allegedly told the courtroom that he had known the defendant since high school and then reduced the defendant's amount from $10,000 to $300.
The China Post
· Trump’s fossil fuel agenda gets pushback from federal judges →
Administration officials said the courtroom setbacks had not stopped them from paring back burdensome regulations to create jobs and save taxpayer money while still upholding environmental protections and public health.
· Hong Kong courts clogged with backlog of protest trials →
Earlier this month, the defendants appeared in a single courtroom for a mammoth procedural hearing that lasted hours as around 30 lawyers shared microphones to talk to the judge.
· Hong Kong courts groan under weight of protest trials →
Earlier this month, the defendants appeared in a single courtroom for a mammoth procedural hearing that lasted hours as some 30 lawyers shared microphones to talk to the judge.
The China Post
· Lives Lost: Veteran guarded Nazis during war crimes trial →
Emilio DiPalma was, as he liked to say, just a kid from western Massachusetts when he found himself in a front-row seat to history as a courtroom guard in Nuremberg, Germany, during the first and most famous trial of Nazi war criminals in 1945.