arrêté à l'audience

aphelion

Senior Member
English - India
Can I take "arrêté à l'audience" to mean "stopped from practising in court"or "barred from court" or in the context of a lawyer being punished ?

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  • aphelion

    Senior Member
    English - India
    I think it means that he was arrested during the audience (found guilty)
    This seems to fit in. I've discovered that "audience" can mean "court hearing" in the context of law. So, "arrested at the court hearing" or "arrested at court", seems to fit.

    Thanks.
     
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