Calling them “chambers” would be an overstatement.
The room holds a desk, a table, and a few chairs in a faded shade of blue. Forget about the receptionist’s station and the thick carpet that normally mark a judge’s turf. The secretary works from an office down the hall, and a spill would actually add some character to the rug.
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