The system of courts that interprets and applies the law is collectively known as the judiciary. The place where a court sits is known as a venue. The room where court proceedings occur is known as a courtroom, and the building as a courthouse; court facilities range from simple and very small facilities in rural communities to large buildings in cities.
The practical authority given to the court is known as its jurisdiction (Latinjus dicere) – the court's power to decide certain kinds of questions or petitions put to it. According to William Blackstone's Commentaries on the Laws of England, a court is constituted by a minimum of three parties: the actor or plaintiff, who complains of an injury done; the reus or defendant, who is called upon to make satisfaction for it, and the judex or judicial power, which is to examine the truth of the fact, to determine the law arising upon that fact, and, if any injury appears to have been done, to ascertain and by its officers to apply a legal remedy. It is also usual in the superior courts to have barristers, and attorneys or counsel, as assistants, though, often, courts consist of additional barristers, bailiffs, reporters, and perhaps a jury.
Government Center is an MBTA subway station located at the intersection of Tremont, Court and Cambridge Streets in the Government Center area of Boston. It is a transfer point between the Green Line and the Blue Line. With the Green Line platform having opened in 1898, the station is the third-oldest operating subway station (and the second-oldest of the quartet of "hub stations") in the MBTA system; only Park Street and Boylston are older. The station previously served Scollay Square before its demolition for the creation of Boston City Hall Plaza.
The station is closed from 2014 to 2016 for a major renovation, which includes retrofitting the station for handicapped accessibility and building a new glass headhouse on City Hall Plaza. The current renovation project will make the station fully accessible when it re-opens in March 2016. As of February 2016 the project is on budget and on schedule to reopen on March 26, 2016.
The northern section of the Tremont Street Subway opened on September 3, 1898, with a station at Scollay Square. The station had an unusual platform design. The three-sided main platform served northbound and southbound through tracks plus the Brattle Loop track, one of two turnback points (the other Adams Square) for streetcars entering the subway from the north; a side platform also served the loopBoston Elevated Railway streetcars from Everett, Medford, and Malden (which formerly ran to Scollay Square on the surface) used Brattle Loop, as did cars from Lynn and Boston Railroad and its successors. The last of those, the Eastern Massachusetts Street Railway, used the loop until 1935.
Parking — At Your Own Risk is a Indian horror thriller film directed by Yogesh Misra, and produced by Rajesh Bhardwaj, starring Deana Uppal and Akbar Khan.
The trio of Akbar, Deana and Yogesh have also worked on the film "Non-veg". The film's title comes from an underground parking-garage level in which the film takes place. The plot revolves around Meera (Deana Uppal), a young businesswoman who is imprisoned on Diwali Eve in the parking garage beneath the Jaipur where she works. Her captor is loner Rocky (Akbar), the psychopathic and obsessive security guard of the underground parking lot, who has been secretly stalking Meera for some time and has finally snapped, leading to a murderous game of cat-and-mouse.
Yet HighlandPark has had a prominent history of gun rights activism and controversy ... “A ban on assault weapons and large‐capacity magazines might not prevent shootings in Highland Park (where they are already rare), but it may reduce the carnage if a mass shooting occurs,” the appeals court wrote.
Friedman, along with the Illinois State Rifle Association, claimed in court that HighlandPark’s 2013 ban on assault weapons violated Friedman’s right to use his semi-automatic weapons to protect his home and family ... reduce the carnage if a mass shooting occurs,” the court wrote.
Most of the cars in the municipal parking lot were from the state, however, cars from Alabama, Virginia, New Jersey and Massachusetts were also present, making the parade a well-attended event ... While the fire truck turned right, the pedestrians turned left to get to Neahwa Park and all of the events happening there. The park was busy.
SupremeCourt rejected a challenge to the law in 2015.” Legal analyst Ken Klukowski of Breitbart News wrote at the time of the decision that HighlandPark ‘has a long track record of opposing citizens exercising the Second Amendment’s right to keep and bear arms’ through the banning of so-called ‘assault weapons.’.
and further rocked a country already awash in turmoil over high court rulings on abortion and guns as well as hearings on the Jan ...The parade in HighlandPark began around 10 a.m ... and struggling with the terror that was brought upon us," Highland Park MayorNancy Rotering said.
<img class="Image" alt="Toys and lawn chairs lie along the scene of the Fourth of Julyparade shooting in HighlandPark... Toys and lawn chairs lie along the scene of the Fourth of July parade shooting in Highland Park ... A staff member described the scene at Highland Park Hospital as horrific ... Beaches and parks were closed.
Crimo was taken back to HighlandPark as the investigation continued ... Highland Park shooting ... And less than a decade ago, Highland Park found itself at the center of the national gun-control debate, when a local pediatrician unsuccessfully challenged the town’s ban on assault weapons in a case that made its way to some of the nation’s highest courts.
“They don’t think about us — the regular people,” said Nelson Martinez, the owner of a store on CourtStreet near Carroll Park, upon hearing about Jones’ past and planned whereabouts ... “I’m not crazy about it,” said Charles Cole, a 65-year-old Park Slope resident ... “I wouldn’t vote for him knowing that,” the Park Slope resident added.
HIGHLAND PARK, Ill ...HighlandParkPoliceCommanderChris O’Neill, the incident commander on scene, urged people to shelter in place as authorities search for the suspect ... and further rocked a country already awash in turmoil over high court rulings on abortion and guns as well as hearings on the Jan ... The parade in Highland Park began around 10 a.m.
TOI had earlier expressed concern about the roadside parking causing congestion when the Patiala House courts would resume functioning after the vacations on July 4... One parking attendant who didn’t wish to be identified said the cars were being parked either at the designated space or in lanes close to the court.