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All persons attending a hearing shall rise when the Judge enters the room and shall remain standing until he has taken his seat. When the hearing is over, they shall stand again and remain so until the Judge has retired. At the opening of the session, the Court Usher shall say aloud: "Silence. All rise please. The Superior Court is now in session, the Honourable As soon as the Judge is seated, the Court Usher shall invite those present to be seated. Every person appearing before the Court shall be suitably attired.
Most have located the origin of the practice in the central criminal court of 17th century London. As a result, judges sometimes chose to punish criminals with a branding. Similar brands were issued to convicts who were found guilty of manslaughter instead of murder. Should the convict appear before the Court again, they would be required to raise their right hand, which would allow the Court to assess whether they had committed any previous crimes or received leniency in the past. For example, for a short period of time, thieves were branded on the cheek. However, the practice proved far too prejudicial, as convicts often were left unable to find work. The practice of branding on the hand — and, therefore, the practice of raising the right hand in court — continued.