The previous article explained when a jury trial is available. This article examines the jury and how it considers cases.
The previous article examined what courts you can sue, and be sued in. Having identified the potential courts, one should consider whether the right to a jury trial. This right is fundamental to our system of justice; yet, it is not absolute. The government does not always have to provide a jury trial.
Our society is premised on the idea that we all are entitled to the assistance of legal counsel. This idea would be undermined if communications between attorneys and their clients were not kept confidential. This is where the attorney-client privileged comes in.
There are hundredsâ€”if not thousandsâ€”of courts in the U.S. This raises the question as to what courts you can sue and be sued in. The short answer is that you can sue in any court that has personal jurisdiction over the person you intend to sue and be sued in any court that has personal […]
Arbitration is an informal process for resolving legal disputes. While it is similar to the court process, there are many differences between court and arbitration. This article examines a few of these similarities and differences.