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Plaintiff in civil law, the party who brings a legal action against another, the defendant in this case in court.

You have to know that a defendant in civil law, the person against whom a court action is brought by the plaintiff. In a criminal case, the person charged with the crime. This is important information needed to know the ropes of a crime.

The you have to know that a formal notice that a lawsuit is being brought is a complaint. Due to the complaint then someone is notice directing someone to appear in court in order to answer that complaint or even a charge that was brought up. That definitely sounds like something you don't want to be given all of a sudden, watch out. Pleading is a formal statement of the cause of an action or defense ( Pretrial Conference

makes sure that efficient and fair processing of the case, encourage plea negotiations, hears motions and then set trial date. Things get more interesting with a mediation which is a form of negotiation where the disputants negotiate in the presence of a neutral third party. That's when that 3rd party who assists them in negotiating a resolution of their dispute. The disputes are brought to shimmer by an arbitration. The preponderance of evidence is decided that more than 50% of the evidence show points to something. Now things are boiling with intensity.

Things get tense when the verdict (jury) decides if the defendant is guilty or guilty but if things didn't turn out fair to the defendant than that person can decide to apply for an appeal. This appeal can be turn down and then the defendant is sentenced.