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    Augusta attorney Jim Billings carries a photograph of members of the Kennebec County bar into the new Capital Judicial Center in Augusta last week.

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    Michael A. Coty, director of judicial marshals, left, speaks with court officer Robert Annese while setting up security for the Capital Judicial Center in Augusta. Staff photo by Andy Molloy

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    Members of the Kennebec County bar tour the new Capital Judicial Center in Augusta. Staff photo by Andy Molloy

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    Members of the Kennebec County bar look out over Augusta from the window of a judicial conference room at the new Capital Judicial Center during a tour for local attorneys. Staff photo by Andy Molloy

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    Attorney Matt Morgan examines a table for children in the family court section of the new Capital Judicial Center in Augusta during a tour of the facility. Staff photo by Andy Molloy

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    Members of the Kennebec County bar look at stained glass in the new Capital Judicial Center in Augusta during a tour of the facility last week. Staff photo by Andy Molloy

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    Maine Supreme Court Justice Joseph Jabar describes the jury deliberation room at the new Capital Judicial Center in Augusta to members of the Kennebec County bar during a tour of the facility. Staff photo by Andy Molloy

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