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A ballistic glass wall in the high-security courtroom divides the public gallery from the main courtroom.
The administration of the district courts, however, resolved the issue and managed to unlock the courtroom later on.
Colonel Saeed Al Ayali, Director of the Wanted Department of the General Department of Criminal Investigation, has explained that the virtual courtrooms seek to improve legal services for defendants and enhance the efficiency in the judicial system.
Feeling more embarrassed, the judge referred to the courtroom he was sitting in.
While hearing a plea seeking installation of CCTVs in courtrooms, the top court expressed satisfaction over the Centre's progress in installing CCTVs in courts.
The defendant was seated inside a courtroom where he was being tried for involvement in a minor theft case.
The issue was reported to the Health and Safety Executive when it was discovered two weeks ago and the courtroom remains closed for tests on the air quality.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- A new courtroom with a capacity of 810 people entered into service on Monday.
Under the order, members of the news media are exempt from the ban and will be able to use electronic devices in courtrooms under the circuit court's pending application to participate in the extended media coverage experiment authorized by the Illinois Supreme Court.
Miller, the renovated courthouse will include one primary appellate courtroom and four smaller multi-use courtrooms.
Recommendation: In order to improve the planning and oversight for future courthouse construction projects, to increase the efficiency of courtroom usage through courtroom sharing, and to ensure that future courthouses are built within the congressionally authorized gross square footage, the Administrator of GSA should, in order to avoid requesting insufficient space for courtrooms based on the AnyCourt model's identification of courtroom space needs, establish a process, in cooperation with the Director of the Administrative Office of the U.S.