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Plaintiff: The party bringing the lawsuit.

Defendant: The party being sued or accused.

Complaint: A formal statement naming the plaintiff and defendant and describing the nature of the lawsuit.

Summons: A document telling the defendant of the suit against him to appear in court.

Pleadings: The complaint and the answer taken together.

Pretrial Conference: A meeting between both parties in a civil case to help clarify differences between the two parties.

Mediation: A way of resolving disputes between two or more parties.

Arbitration: The use of an arbitrator to settle a dispute.

Trial: An examination of evidence before a judge in order to decide guilt in a case.

Preponderance of evidence: A standard of proof that must be met by a plaintiff if they are to win a civil action.

Verdict: A decision on a disputed issue in a court case.

Appeal: To call on a higher court to review a lower court’s decision.

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