day in court

noun
1.
the day on which one involved in a lawsuit is to be afforded the opportunity to appear and be heard in court.
2.
a chance to present one's defense or argument.
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Xu was to have had his day in court, except he was picked up before he could.
We offer these suggestions to prepare for your day in court and to present your
  claim or defense.
For some, the long wait for their day in court leads to homelessness and the
  loss of family and friends.
If it can be helped, one's day in court should not have to last weeks, months
  or years.
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