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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 first level courts are the Metropolitan Trial Court, Municipal Trial Courts in Cities, Municipal Trial Courts, Municipal Circuit Trial Courts and Shari'a Circuit Courts.
The Consolidated Progress Report of Model Criminal Trial Courts of Pakistan, released by Islamabad District and Sessions Judge Sohail Nasir, also the Director General Monitoring of Model Courts, states that a total of 2,236 murder cases were decided between April 1, 2019 and June 15, 2019 and a total of 3,411 narcotics cases had been disposed of during the period.
Senate Majority Leader Juan Miguel Zubiri said the creation of new trial courts will help lessen the number of pending cases in courts.
Police report Thursday said Judge Reyman Lacaya of the Singangan, Zamboanga del Norte Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 11
The Palace said last week that Duterte will wait for the rulings of the local trial courts if a warrant will be issued against Trillanes.
Under the 21st Amendment to Constitution of Pakistan, military courts were allowed jurisdiction over terrorism cases and were established as special 'speedy' trial courts.
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court (SC) on Monday remanded a case regarding possession of alcohol against television personality Atiqa Odho to a trial court.In 2011, Odho was detained by the Airport Security Force at the Benazir Bhutto International Airport for allegedly carrying two liquor bottles in her luggage.
Trial courts have wide discretion in whether to grant or deny a stay and what conditions to put on a stay.
Florida trial court staff attorneys will gather in Miami this October for their 10th annual conference.
The trial court retains considerable authority to manage the discovery process, including assessment of costs, the appeals court ruled.
Until recently, the State of California's trial courts were the responsibility of county governments throughout the state.
And conservative district court judges (the trial court judges who occupy the lowest rung in the federal court system) and circuit court judges (the appellate judges who occupy the middle level between federal trial courts and the Supreme Court) have developed increasingly aggressive tactics to achieve their ends.