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The Historic Court House located in the DC Court of Appeals and situated on Judiciary Square, dates to 1821, and is the fourth oldest public building in Washington D.C. It is notable for having housed the law offices for Daniel Webster and Francis Scott Key and as the place where John Surratt, a conspirator in the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, was tried. It is near many fine choices of restaurants and hotels.
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