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Argylls Law 3 CT

Argylls Law 3 Ct

Definiton Term
What allows a court to resolve their disputes Litigate
The person who develops a solution to that works for both sides Mediator
The person who holds an informal hearing to determine what happened Arbitrator
Government forum that administers JUSTICE under the law Court
The court in which a dispute is first heard Trial Court
The decision of the case Verdict
The power to make initial decisions of fact and law Original Jurisdiction
This court reviews decisions of lower courts when an error over process has been claimed Appellate Court
Verbal record of what went on at a trial Transcript
Written arguments on the issues of law usually submitted by opposing attorneys Appellate Briefs
Means the court can hear almost any kind of case General Jurisdiction
Means that the court hears only one specific type of case Specialized Jurisdiction
This orders the lower court to turn over the record to the Supreme Court for review Writ of Certiorari
This keeps an exact account of what goes on at trial Court of Record
Courts that are under the original general jurisdiction County Courts
City Courts Municipal Courts
Court where Minor individual suits are heard Small Claims Courts
Court for those over 13 and under 18 Juvenile Court
When individuals die and their property and other interests must be divided among people Probate Court
Title given to judges who sit on state supreme courts and the federal supreme court JUSTICE
Created by: BobHollaway