coram

in the presence of; before
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Coram

Literally means ?before.? It designates the judge before whom a case is tried. Since for the sake of confidentiality, the names of the parties are not used in reporting cases, Rotal and other tribunal decisions will usually be cited by indicating the name of the judge and the date or protocol number of the case, for example, coram Anne, March 15, 1...
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