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Dress Code @ Court

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by R4V4G3D_SKU11S, Feb 25, 2002.

  1. R4V4G3D_SKU11S

    R4V4G3D_SKU11S TRIBE Member

    I have to go to Court soon as a witness for the prosecution in a trial. I'm just wondering if anyone knows what is appropriate to wear?

    Should I dress formally and wear a shirt and tie, or could I just wear jeans a nice collared shirt?
  2. roo

    roo TRIBE Member

    i wore normal clothes to my ticket hearing, but they let me off cuz i threw my keys through the metal detector at city hall and it didn't go off. i forgot about that until recently though.

    anyways, if you want them to take you seriously, you have to dress up. what's the trial about?
  3. DJAlchemy

    DJAlchemy TRIBE Promoter

    black dress pants, white socks, runners. A T-shirt you picked up from a 2-4 of molsen, and one of those bucket hats to boot. I usually like to wear a fat-ass gold chain around my neck and of course my ehco hoodie. Gang colours a must... the thing is you wanna get on the judges good side...

    Peace & love. D
  4. Finch

    Finch TRIBE Member

    I've been in criminal court rooms several times, on many different sides of the room.

    Criminals facing big time charges dress everywhere from sweatpants and a beer t-shirt to tuxedo. There's no dress code.

    As a witness, wear a pair of slacks and a button-down shirt. Nothing else is required.


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