Trial

A Quick Guide to Bench Trials

    A Quick Guide to Bench Trials
In the legal system, there are several different types of trials that occur. In the lower courts, one of the most common types of trials is a bench trial. A
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The Innocent Verdict

When it comes it comes to criminal trials there are often two parties present. There is the plaintiff, who can often be backed by law enforcement and then there is
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The Guilty Verdict

In the United States criminal trials are set in place in order to reprimand those individuals who have committed crimes. There is a large scope of crimes that can be
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When is a Continuance granted?

A continuance can be granted by or called for by a judge regarding a particular trial; in the case of the plaintiff and defendant, both parties can call for a
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The Idea of Trial By Jury

Trial by jury, also referred to as jury trial is a type of system in which an individual accused of
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What to Know About Rulings

  In the United States, the purpose of trial proceedings is to determine a ruling on a specified case. When
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What Does it Mean to Be Under Oath?

  An oath is a type of promise made by a participating individual. When an individual makes an oath, he/she
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Case Conference Explained

In many court systems in the United States, a case conference may be issued to help reach a settlement of
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Protecting Constitutional Rights During Trials

  The Constitution of the United States of America applies a number of constitutional rights and protections to individuals who
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Dispute A Replevin

When an individual is served a replevin, he/she will be required to respond to the court order. Replevins are issued when an individual or an organization wants to recover property
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