As a Litigant
The public is entitled to access to the Court, as jurors, but also as parties. Parties to the matters before the Court are called litigants, and they are entitled to attend Court when their matters are to be heard.
When before the Court as a litigant, you are entitled to have counsel present. You may also represent yourself, as is often in divorce proceedings. It is always encouraged that litigants should engage the services of counsel to represent them in their matters.
You are expected to attend Court on time for your matter, on the date and time specified. If you are uncertain of your date or time for your matter, you have the right to check the Registry to get the accurate information.