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We Stand For you

You accuse we prove !

Defendant: The person being arrestes and accused of a crime Ex. The plaintiff accuses the defendant of soething and he gets arrested.

verdict: a decision made by the jury . Ex. The jury finds you guilty of Armed Robery.Trial: formal examinationof evidence before a judge and typically before a jury, in order to decide guilt in a case of criminal or civil proceedings. Ex. Going to trial to prove your innocence or guilt on a case. Preponderance: Evidence required in a civil case and is contrasted with " beyond a reasonable doubt".

Plaintiff: Person who brings the case against another.ex. The plaintiff is going against the defendant.

Arbitration: The use of arbitrator to settle a dispute Ex. I wreck my friends car and we agree on a way for me to repay her without court help

Mediation: Intervention in dispute in order to resolve it (arbitration)Ex. A third party/ person coming in to help solve the situationSummons: an order to appear before a judge or magistrate.Ex: if summon is told to appear in court.Complaint: A statement that a situation is unsatisfactory or unacceptable.Appeal: apply to a higher court for reversal of the decision of a lower courtEx. If you are not satidfied with the outcome that the lowere court gives you then you can appeal to a higher court.

Here at we stand for you it is our job to make sure that you are equiped with all understanding of court terms, procedures, and making sure that you are appointed the right and fair trial that you deserve. We know that law cases are never easy which is why we are here with you every step of the way. We have attorneys in every field. some are listed below...-family lawyer-Bankrupt lawyer- civil law- criminal lawyer- personal injury lawyer-military lawyer-Toxic Tort-immigration

Pretrial conference: a conference held before the trial begins to bring the parties together to outline didcovery proceedings and to define their issues to be tried. more useful in civil than law cases.Pleadings: A formal statementof the cause of an action or defense.Ex. You might hear someone say at the beginning of court that that plead guilty or innocent, and sometimes a person will plead guilty to receieve lesser time (plea bargain).


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