Why itu? Itu is that.
"Where are the judge and lawyer?"
I haven't seen Itu used this way before , is it commonly used like this?
Male voice is sooooo bad! :((( Return female voice, pleeeeaseeee
Where is the judge and lawyer... should also be accepted
The verb isn't conjugated correctly, should be "are".
I agree with the other comments that it would be more usual to use 'are' in this context
Not something you want to hear if you are involved in a legal dispute
May be here mengachara mean "prosicutor"?
They ran off with the loot