mydata-6 - Title We the People 7e. Chapter 25 Description...

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We the People 7e. Chapter 25 Title Description Reference answer the presentation of a defendant's defense against an allegation in a civil case bench trial a trial held without a jury and before only a judge beyond a reasonable doubt the legal standard in criminal cases, which requires the prosecution to prove that a reasonable doubt of innocence does not exist capital case a criminal case that calls for the death penalty civil law a branch of law that deals with disputes that do not involve criminal penalties complaint the presentation of a grievance by the plaintiff in a civil case contingent fee a fee paid to the lawyer in a civil case, and that is contingent on winning the case county courts the courts that exist in some counties that are presided over by county judges county judge the person in each of Texas's 254 counties who presides over the county commissioners' court, with responsibility for the administration of county government; some county judges carry out judicial responsibilities
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This note was uploaded on 08/26/2011 for the course CH 302 taught by Professor Holcombe during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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