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Flashcards in Trial Procedure In Supreme Court Deck (12):
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Case is called and appearances are entered (Step 1)

Judge calls parties, representatives say who they're representing

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Jury empanelment if applicable (Step 2)

Either side can challenge the jurors

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Plaintiffs opening address (Step 3)

Plaintiffs barrister outlines the case

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Plaintiffs case (Step 4)

Plaintiffs party presents their case

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View (Step 5)

Case may be adjourned until judge and parties meet at scene of wrongdoing

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Submission of no case to answer (Step 6)

Defence argues the plaintiff did not bring out sufficient evidence to argue

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Defendants opening address (Step 7)

Defences counsel outlines their case

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Defendants case (Step 8)

Defendants party presents their case

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Defendants closing address (Step 9)

Defendants counsel sums up case and appeals to jury

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Plaintiffs closing address (Step 10)

Plaintiffs counsel sums up case and appeals to jury

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Judges summing up if jury is present (Step 11)

Judge explains the case to the jurors

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Verdict by judge or jury (Step 12)

Judge or jury decides on remedy if plaintiff succeeds

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