True Justice Law Firm

Are you looking for real justice?

Thank you in advance for choosing True Justice law firm. Here at True Justice we know that the judicial system it is a long and enduring process to go through. But to begin with who is the one complaining? If you have the complaint then you are the PLAINTIFF.
  • The plaintiff issues the complaint and so begins the United States Judicial process.
  • The person you are suing about the certain complaint is the DEFENDANT.
  • The complaint you have can be civil or a felony but a complaint is anything you feel unsatisfactory about and wish to have a judicial intervention.
  • The next step of the court process is the pretrial conference when you the plaintiff are able to meet and speak to the defendant in front of a judge.
  • The next step in the court process is the summons which will be when the court officially orders you to come to court.
  • After the summons to come to court is how you shall plead either innocent or guilty this stage is called the pleadings.
  • Mediation may be needed if you as a plaintiff does not want to go court. Another party may be called in and help both sides, the plaintiff and defendant see points they agree on so a fair agreement can be reached.
If a mediator does not work for you then another option is readily available.
  • An arbitrator or arbitration is similar to a mediator but they act as a judge but outside the courts. This an alternative rather than have a dispute settled in court.
  • The biggest/most infamous part of the judicial system the trial. The trial is the evidence from the plaintiff's lawyer and the defendant lawyer's that is brought in front of the judge and sometimes a jury so they can decide how to settle a dispute between two disagreeing parties.
  • This may be the hardest part of the court system for the plaintiff but next is preponderance of evidence which is when you as the plaintiff have to show proof of your complaint.
  • Now as we near the end of the court system the next part is the verdict. The verdict can make you the plaintiff happy, disappointed or angry. The verdict is the decision made during a civil or criminal case.
  • After the verdict you have the option to appeal the decision made by the court. An appeal is when either the plaintiff or defendant wants a higher court to look over the decision made by the lower court.
These were just a few of the minor process of the court process that may need explaining for you the client.

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