Star Chamber

Definitions of "Star Chamber"
  1. A term derived from the distinctive name of a room where the highest court of England met during medieval times
  2. A phrase used to describe a court or legal proceeding that is held in secret and has arbitrary rulings
How to use "Star Chamber" in a sentence
  1. The defendants were concerned that the court had devolved into a Star Chamber with its secretive proceedings.
  2. Critics argue that the oversight board operates like a Star Chamber, with its decisions lacking transparency and predictability.
  3. The plaintiff challenged the case's handling, stating it felt more like a Star Chamber than an open court of law.

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