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The letter was read aloud in court.
Duggan will appear in court on Monday.
A police officer told the court that he had seen Brown leaving the house.
the evidence before the court (=being considered by the court)
They are dropping their court case against him.
She got a court injunction banning her husband from her home.
She threatened to go to court if he did not pay up.
Lynn took her employers to court for compensation.
It took five years for the case to come to court.
Mr Lodge settled out of court for £50,000.
You can always try to get your money back through the courts.
The courts ruled that the company are entitled to make a fair profit.
The hotel has two tennis courts.
The players had been on court for over two hours.
an influential member of the court of Henry VIII
They live at 27 Mallory Court.