Jack And Sack's Law Firm
Have fun with Jack and the Sack as they solve all your needs
Our Firm will get you out of trouble, or into it!
One of our BEST Anti-mexican Lawyers, if some random mexican, or anyone of hispanic descent, is throwing flaming tacos at your door, Trump is the lawyer for you.
When she's not starring in a ' adult ' film ( YES KIM, I AM STILL ANGRY ABOUT MY DESK! ) She is one of our best lawyers for Women, she'll defend your right while flirting away all day, so if you are a lady in need, come to Kim.
( This is the only picture she would give us ... ) When she's not RUINING YOUR PICTURES WITH HER BAT! This lawyer is the BEST at helping you out with your insanity, once a former psychiatrist, if your NOT quite insane but want to plead as such, come to Harley! She'll make you nuts real fast.
Come to our Tower- I mean Law Firm, in Cary!
Righto, a Summons Is really just an official, formal summons to court. Basically if you receive this, ( unless your in a cell ) you could possibly be a witness or Juror, or maybe the judge. Hmm ... Onward to the next!
Now, if your not a five year old, you pretty much know what a Trial is, this is the bit where Jack and the Sack's Law Firm comes into play, this is where the evidence is put down either for or against you, and where we win our cases.
Verdict, how to explain this ... well basically your Verdict is pretty much your sentencing, the Verdict is the decision the judge reaches, and it can be both good and bad.
Defendant, Well, Defendants are people called to the stand. Depending on whether or not you are the accuser or accused, this can be a good or bad thing. Essentially, they are called up to prove ones innocence, and typically ' defend ' the statement that the Accuser or Accused has set forward, hence the name ' Defendant '
Hmm, In Legal Techno-jargon, a Complaint is ... well ... it's basically a formal, probably written, document, solidifying and containing the fact of a complain against a party or parties.
A preponderance of evidence ... hmm ... basically, it essentially states that ONE side must have more than 50% of the evidence in their favor. Kinda. Sort of.
A Plaintiff is, well, it's really just a person who brings a case against someone else in a court of Law. It's, erm, yeah. Pretty much just that.
Pleading is, well, it's just a formal statement of the cause of an action or defense. So ... it's just ... well ... pleading.
Alright, now we're finally getting somewhere! A pre-trial conference is really just a period before the trial where everyone gets into a room and the Judge tells them what they need to do to be ready for the trial.
Mediation is up next, so! Mediation is really just attempting to solve an issue by bringing in a Third Party.
Arbitration ... it's ... well ... HEY SACK! COME HERE! IM NOT GOOD AT THIS! ( No! You do it! I'm cleaning my desk! ) FINE!. Arbitration is KINDA sort of a thing where it's a submission of a third party in-between two parties, who will then agree in advance.
Appeal. This is basically a Lawyer complaining to a higher court about the decision reached for his client and saying that it was made as a huge breach of code, and the case must be reviewed.
WELL! FINALLY! Now I need to go kill Sack for making me do this ( THE HELL YOU WILL! ) RUN YOU PUDGY ARSE!