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Trial Room
Trial Room

  

Inside of Trial Room

              This is the trial room of the Administrative Court of First Instance in the Central Administrative Court. At the main bench, there are four seats. The larger seat is provided for the President of Chamber; on the right hand side of this chair there are two chairs for other judges who are responsible for trial and adjudication; the chair on the left of the President is for the judge-rapporteur.

         Looking frontwards from the back of the chamber, the bench on the right hand side of the chamber is provided for judge-commissioner of justices.

           The bench on the left of the chamber is provided for an administrative case official assisting the judge-rapporteur and for a trial clerk.

            Next to the bench of judge-commissioner of justices, is the place for the plaintiff. On the opposite side of the room is the place for the defendant.

            The table in the middle of the room is provided for swearing oaths before making oral statements before the Court.

           An oral hearing takes place at least once. A factual summary of the case, prepared by the judge-rapporteur, is sent by mail to both parties at least 7 days prior to the date of hearing. On the date of the hearing, the judge-rapporteur will present a summary of facts and issues of the case. If any parties wish to present an oral statement, they will be given the opportunity to swear an oath and present the facts before the Court. After that, the judge-commissioner of justices will present an oral statement to the chamber in supplement of the written statement previously presented. In this instance, the person who is not granted permission by the Court may not be present in the courtroom at the time the judge-commissioner of justice is making the statement or presenting an oral statement.

           Before finishing, the President of Chamber will inform both parties of the date of pronouncing judgment.

          Before the judge-rapporteur questions the parties or the witnesses, the Administrative Case Official assisting proceedings will be responsible for asking parties or witnesses to swear oaths which are subsequently signed and entered into the report of the court proceedings for that day.

           Only concerned parties are allowed to participate in the fact-finding inquiry of the Court in this room.

 

 

 





Modified date : 1 Mar. 2019 | Top Up |



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