This where a jury is released after the ending of a trial. The jury can also be released due to a mistrial.
the term used to describe the release of a person from bankruptcy or a debtor from his debts after he has done everything possible to pay his debtors.
the bankrupt is released from his debts after the creditors have been paid from his remaining assets.
the term that applies to releasing from a burden like a mortgage.
This term applies to the relative position of 2 people in reference to a third person where the relationship to the third person is different for the 2 parties.
the regular and normal course of operations of a business in conducting the customs of the trade.
Where the court will reduce the amount damages to paid that a jury has awarded to a victim. The court may deem the amount to be too high.
the trace of the recording of the electrical impulses from the chambers of the heart.
the recitation of all of the factual details by a party to a law suit that sets forth what actually happened while dealing with the other party.
where the court clerk will record the verdict and end the trial.
the receiving and the holding of stolen goods that is an offense if the person is aware they are stolen.
This means that twice the money will be awarded from a policy due to certain clauses in the policy.
a Latin phrase that means the reason for a decision.
to question the validity of a verdict that is based on doubts that it was arrived at in the proper manner.
the term that applies to something that has the quality of being confidential, secret or privileged.
the term that describes the purpoose of a suit.
the term given to the purpose of the law or what a law is supposed to accomplish.
term that is used to describe the protection that a state or nation will provide for its citizens and all of the people who live in its boundaries.
a term that means to protect your own property or person an not resort to legal actions to do so.
This term applies to the property and money that is held in a trust and the property and money that is administered by the trustees.
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