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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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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.
At present, the Supreme Court is renting the Qimonda Building along the North Reclamation Area to house the trial courts in Cebu City after the Palace of Justice was destroyed by the 7.
They will fill up positions in the regional trial court (RTC), municipal trial court in cities (MTCC), municipal trial court (MTC), and municipal circuit trial court (MCTC).
COURT'S OPINION: The Court of Appeals of Texas affirmed the judgment entered by the trial court.
Trial courts have wide discretion in whether to grant or deny a stay and what conditions to put on a stay.
9) By striking these five words, the court charged trial courts with a sua sponte duty to question potential jurors about the Zehr principles.
Considering that the average judge carries a caseload of 3,000 to 4,000 cases, our trial courts would come to a standstill if judges did not have assistance from our in-house staff counsel.
The trial court retains considerable authority to manage the discovery process, including assessment of costs, the appeals court ruled.
The implementation of CARS in California's trial courts is unlike most rollouts of ERP technology in state and local government.
Forty-one state attorneys general signed a letter supporting VAWA's passage, and 17 out of 18 federal trial courts that reviewed the statute before the Fourth Circuit found it to be constitutional.
While your editorial correctly observes that Proposition 220 would result in pay increases for Municipal Court judges in counties where the courts elect to become consolidated trial courts, such pay increases already have become effective for the vast majority of the Municipal Court judges in Los Angeles County through trial court coordination.