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Argylls Law 3 JLB

Litigate To allow a court to resolve a dispute.
Mediator An independent third party that acts as a Negotiator for both sides of a dispute, yet holds no legal power.
Arbitrator An independent third party that holds a hearing to determinate what happened.
Court A governmental forum that administers justice under the law.
Trial Court The court in which a dispute is first heard.
Verdict The decision in the case.
Original Jurisdiction The power to make initial decisions of fact and law.
Appellate Court Reviews decisions of lower courts.
Transcript A verbatim record of what went on at trial.
Created by: JLBush