Next of witnesses, of oaths, of legal punishments, and of the Sanhedrin itself.
The Sanhedrin "votes on" candidates for admission to its own body.
But the Sanhedrin did not possess the power of life and death.
It is no wonder the Sanhedrin could not appreciate his oration.
According to most Jewish writers, there were two scribes or secretaries of the Sanhedrin.
On the other hand, youth was also a disqualification to sit in the Sanhedrin.
The healing of the lame man led to the opposition of the Sanhedrin.
Luke tells us that the members of the Sanhedrin "feared the people."
It probably procured him a seat in the Sanhedrin, where we find him soon afterward giving his vote against the Christians.
It is true that there was a morning session of the Sanhedrin.