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Crew in Q court

Q's courtroom

A courtroom was a room in which a court presided.

The Mae West film I'm No Angel featured a scene set in a courtroom. In a holographic recreation of World War II, Tom Paris, believing himself to be Bobby Davis, recalled sharing a kiss with his girlfriend Brigitte (B'Elanna Torres) during this scene. (VOY: "The Killing Game, Part II")

In 2364 and 2370, Q recreated a post-atomic World War III courtroom when he put humanity on trial. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint", "All Good Things...")

The Klingon courtroom in Star Trek VI was referred to simply as a courtroom in the film's script, with no direct indication of the room's placement. The script describes the room as, "A cavernous stadium arranged in circular tiers cut from jagged stone. A place from a bygone age, of savage and awesome beauty. Something between a circus and a cathedral... turned for the occasion into a gigantic courtroom." The script refers to "the dock [...] in the bottom at the very center of the circle, surrounded by [...] rising tiers" and describes "a darkened dugout" for Klingon judges to sit in. [1] A matte painting study of this Klingon courtroom was illustrated by Mark Moore from Industrial Light & Magic. (The Art of Star Trek, p. 266) The courtroom set was housed on Paramount Stage 14. (The Making of the Trek Films, UK 3rd ed., p. 114)

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