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trial court

n. the court which holds the original trial as distinguished from a court of appeals. (See: trial)

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"The petition has to be decided by the trial court," he said.
But as of the end of 2018, data showed there were still 546,182 cases pending at second level courts, or the Regional Trial Courts and Shari'a District Courts, and 160,153 cases at first level courts.
Following reconciliation between the parties concerned, trial court quashed death sentence awarded under section 302.
A trial court had convicted Nawaz to death on three counts of murder and one count of terrorism.
The Senate on Monday approved on third and final reading 12 bills that seek to create 31 new regional and municipal trial courts.
Caguioa, the SC ruled that the CA was correct in ruling that the owners of the two firms were not served the summons on the collection suit and, thus, the trial court did not acquire jurisdiction over the case.
Akomolafe submitted that the appellant's action was described by the trial court as an attempt to arrest its judgment.
"Sentencing is a discretion of the trial court but the sentencing imposed should not be illegal.
On March 17, 2017, the trial court denied the motion for bail, citing appellant's criminal history and the severity of the charges.
We affirm the trial court's admission of the medical bills and its denial of plaintiff's post-trial motions, which sought to overturn the jury's $7,117.50 verdict.
ISLAMABAD -- The Supreme Court on Tuesday acquitted eight suspects who were awarded life imprisonment by a trial court in a kidnapping case.
These convicts confessed their offences before the Magistrate and the trial court. They were awarded death sentence.