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  1. ... case. People stood when a judge entered the courtroom because he had a bible, not because the judge deserved "honor"...

    16 Answers · Society & Culture · 30/07/2016

  2. ...of a lawyer who, through clever argumentation, infiltrates the minds of courtroom officials and corrupts their thinking. The...

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  3. the scene in the courtroom where Tom Robinson is accused of rape and ... and people of the courtt feel: the wood of the seating area and deck of courtroom hear: pleads, testimonies, back and forth negotiations...

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  4. ... to bankrupt them further in filthy courtrooms where they can't even afford legal representation. ...away from poor people. Trump is the textbook definition of a tyrant. Americans seem never to learn and recall...

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  5. ...' (and both those terms have specific legal definitions --it doesn't mean just anything you don't want to... you yell a string of bad words in a courtroom you might pay a fine for contempt. You're ...

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  6. ... their job easier. 7) You have more power in the courtroom representing yourself than an attorney has. But you must...

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  7. ... MEANING: Here's the actual definition in the Michigan state statute: 257.13 “Driver...time to not make a plea. 5) You have more power in the courtroom representing yourself than an attorney ...

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  8. ... a dishonest game. The same kind of evidence that would be admissible in any courtroom , the same sort that counts in any scientific enterprise, and the same kind of evidence...

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  9. ... just furthers my feeling that there is no objective definition of beauty, but only subjective ones. So I'm going to...

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  10. ...the very long questionnaire and was sent to the courtroom for further questions from the judge and the ...the appeals court required a better definition of what the sentences really meant to be...

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