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It is understood he got past securitycoded doors to access the judges' corridor leading to court room 73.
Steven Paul Aspinall, 43, of Rossendale Road, Burnley, and Malcolm David Massey, 31, of Abbey View Road, Pershore, Worcester, who are charged with using or threatening unlawful violence, were bailed until May 3 on condition they do not enter any court room in the UK unless by prior arrangement.
Christine Erfurt was giving evidence in the trial of alleged attacker Alexander Wiens, who is accused of smuggling a 18-centimeter (seven inch) kitchen knife into the same Dresden court room in July and stabbing Al-Sherbini to death.
Williams' case began just minutes after the matter against former Prime Minister Basdeo Panday for failing to declare his London Bank account was adjourned in another court room.
THOMAS, ON -- "In child protection proceedings, the children are the innocent focus of the hearing; they cannot be used as pawns in a procedural gambit between the parents and the [Children's Aid] Society that could result in harm accruing to them," was repeated as a much argued case of seven children removed from parents by a children's aid society, found an echo in another court room.
The recent renovation has included the addition of a residence hall, several thousand square feet for larger and improved library, offices, and clinic spaces as well as a new and larger lobby, Moot Court Room, and new ground-floor seminar room.
The conference will be held in the Bryan Cave Moot Court Room at the Washington University School of Law.
The target usage is 1,000 hours per court room per year.
So medical scientists, the best in the world, came to the Regina court room.
We feel the company's reputation in the court room is now paving the way for additional contracts.
NAB authorities have arrested both of them outside court room.