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The history of law and order in Hawaii is alive on King Street

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    A visitor takes in the exhibit about martial law in the King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center in Alliolani Hale on King Street.

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    The 1913 courtroom is now used for lectures, mock trials and other events.

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    A cardboard cutout shows a newsboy hawking papers reporting martial law.

Few people can top the connection Matt Mattice has to his workplace: His great-great- great-grandfather, Alexander Joy Cartwright, was an adviser to King Kalakaua and one of the main speakers at the Feb. 19, 1872, groundbreaking ceremony for Aliiolani Hale (see sidebar). Read more

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