Nice article! I wanted to add that dc superior court and dx district court do not allow photography in the building, not just the courtrooms but anywhere in the building.
The only exception is inside the room you can get married at dc superior court.
I don’t know why anyone would want pictures of these places but I do know that photography Kay allowed! Thanks for your time, take care
Thanks John. I’ve never been in the court buildings (thank goodness). Are they architecturally interesting inside? I guess it’s a moot point since, as you say, photography isn’t allowed. Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment.
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