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Scores of New York City police officers packed a Brooklyn courthouse to witness the evening arraignments of the men accused in the death of Peter Figoski, 47 years old.
Five Charged in Killing Sean Gardiner 2011
And courts will be closed for the holiday except for adult arraignments and new juvenile referrals in the District.
OC DA representatives have told me that there are often multiple delays in murder arraignments, especially if a "mental" component (I guess that means insanity) is being considered for the plea.
Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley said two judges granted her office's request for the stay-away orders during the demonstrators' arraignments.
Occupy Oakland Protesters: Eleven Ordered To Stay Away From Frank Ogawa Plaza The Huffington Post News Editors 2012
Courts in Westboro and Brookline issued warrants for his arrest in October after he failed to show up for arraignments on three counts of practicing engineering without a license ......
kevin mcmanus 2010
The idea of courtroom art appealed to Rosenberg, who started going to night court with a lawyer friend in order to learn what trials looked like "It was mostly arraignments of hookers and drug dealers", where reporters and artists sat, how judges looked, and to build a portfolio of images.
Daniel Grant: The Hectic Life of the Courtroom Artist Daniel Grant 2011
Excell, Graves and Johnson have pleaded not guilty, and arraignments for Swart Garth and Neptune are scheduled for Friday.
Cocaine, heroin bust on cruise ship in Baltimore The Associated Press 2011
Please, someone tell me when Rush, Sarah, Glenn, ... are scheduled for their arraignments.
The 'living' spaces look a lot like warehouses and are certainly apartment/condo type living arraignments.
She wasn't seen or heard during his two interviews, had given no interviews herself and had not accompanied Sandusky to court the two times he was brought in for arraignments.