A Bail Hearing or Kabuki Theater? A Ten Commandments’ Tale

a courtrooms can be theater. judges, even when court is not officially in session, often will don their robe to meet with parties. the robe wearing is meant to convey the encounter’s seriousness. these informal meetings are commonly referred to as “kabuki theater.” “the term “kabukiĀ is a form of classical theater in japan known forContinue reading “A Bail Hearing or Kabuki Theater? A Ten Commandments’ Tale”