PROVISIONAL RULES GOVERNING
VISITORS IN COURTS
(PROMULGATED BY AN ORDER OF THE MINISTRY OF JUSTICE,
DATED JUNE 24TH, 1912)Article 1.
Every court shall provide seats for visitors.
Visitors shall not be excluded, unless admittance is specially restricted by law or ordinance.Article 2.
The following persons may be excluded
from the visitors' seats by the presiding judge, and
visitors' tickets, refused to them under the power
prescribed by the Law of the Organization of the Judiciary:
|1. ||An insane or drunken person.|
|2. ||A person who carries a dangerous tool or
whose manner clearly indicates fierceness
|3. ||Other persons who are considered liable to
disturb the order of the court.|
A visitor shall not do any of the following
acts as well as those prohibited by the Law of the Organization of the Judiciary:
|1. ||talk, applaud or do any other act interfering with the trial.|
|2. ||criticise or laugh at an officer during the
trial or make any noise.|