Two-part trial legal definition of two-part trial
two-part trialnoun bifurcated trial, bisection of a case, segmentation in a case, segregation in a case, separate liability and damage phases, separate quilt and insanity defense phases, separation in a case, severance in a case, split in a case, split trial, two or more hearings held
Associated concepts: financial betterment, improvement in real estate value
Foreign phrases: Nul ne doit s’enrichir aux despens des autres.No man should enrich himself at the expense of others.
References in periodicals archive
But all of the tactics emanate from the same two-part trial
strategy for dealing with any bad fact.
In Siren - the first of three, two-part Trial
dramas to be seen on STV this January - they have to track down the killer of handsome Sebastian Cole, fiance of socialite Imogen Buller-Turi.
Smurfit is to play the Detective Chief Inspector in an up-coming two-part Trial
and Retribution for ITV.