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A WALK THROUGH CRIMINAL COURT
Contrary to the popular notion of courthouses as solemn places— much like churches where people are quiet, well-dressed, and respectful— state courts devoted to criminal cases can resemble train stations during rush hour: crowded, confusing, and noisy. The “action” happens in the courtroom and in the halls outside; the people seem (and often are) tense and scared. The reality is that criminal court is the last place most people want to be, except perhaps the lawyers and court staff who work there. For anyone else who must go, however, the best way to cope is to first learn what’s what, who’s who, and how things work.