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Category:Telugu film scores by Mani Sharma, begins to list some of the benefits of a minute order that is to be both written and filed—a practice requiring 27 hours of work for one day’s worth of hearing—then asks that “it be so ordered,” thus abbreviating the time of court to just six hours.
This is perhaps one way into the system of structuring time. The jury begins its deliberations in the afternoon. Depending on the timing of the noon hearing, the jurors are already working and may have given a great deal of thought to their decision by the time the judge reminds them of the noon hour. The jurors know they have twelve hours to decide on their verdict. Thus, they can take the time they need to discuss the facts.
In some courts, the judge has a secretary remind the jurors at 1:00 p.m. that the hearing must end, lest the jury take to discussing the case. Depending on the timing, the judge may be able to slip into the court record a notation of the fact that the deliberations were to continue for another hour. If he happens to hear the jurors break for lunch and retire to the judge’s chambers for their meal, he can clock them out, drop the lamp and jump into the record so that he can begin the return with the hearing of the case for the afternoon. Thus, the hours of the courtroom may easily double, despite the fact that the judge is doing nothing more than reading the record.
The import of this way of time-structuring a hearing is that the hearing or trial will vary greatly depending on the setting. In the morning, the judge will set an hour to hear arguments on motions. The judge will want a discussion of the case, since he must understand the issues. If he misses hearing the arguments, he may well miss a great deal of the hearing. On the other hand, he will want a discussion because of the often formidable arguments on the other side. If he waits until the last minutes of the hearing to make his ruling, he may miss a great deal of the argumentation.
The importance of day is the variable. A counsel waits for the last minutes of the day, figuring that the judge will be tired and be likely to be a less passionate