Observances: One Hour in a U.S. Courtroom

I was recently offered the opportunity to observe a criminal trial in the US.

From a distance, the courthouse looks like an art museum. It is glass and silver, elegant and spacious. The lobby is huge, with lofty ceilings. The security gates are set back, so you have to walk a significant distance before you’re sure you’re in the right line.

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