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"Night Court" A Day in the Life (TV Episode 1987) Poster

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(1987)

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The first case is a man that refuses to speak, who turns out to be a monk who has taken a vow of silence. Most monastic vows of silence are limited to certain places and times, and the monk is still permitted to communicate in writing and with special sign language.
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In the event a Federal court actually issued such an order, the court administration would simply call in extra judges, magistrates, and staff to hear the cases.
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When the victim postal clerk begins to speak, excruciatingly slowly, Christine notes that he has a legal right to speak. Only the defendant has a legal right to speak at trial. Other witnesses must be called to testify or be given leave to speak at the court's discretion.
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