Specific Benefit – An appeal by which a court orders a person who has violated an agreement to comply exactly with what he or she has agreed to. A special benefit is ordered if the damage alone was insufficient compensation. Knowingly and wilful – This sentence, with respect to the violation of a law, deliberately and intentionally means. Third party – A person, company, organization or government agency that is not actively involved in legal proceedings, agreements or transactions, but is involved. Sua Sponte – A Latin expression that means in its own name, voluntarily, without solicitation or solicitation. Referee – A person to whom the court refers a edsus case to testify, hear the parties and report to the court. An arbitrator is an official with judicial powers, which serves as the arm of the Tribunal, but whose final decision is subject to judicial authorization. Also known as “special master,” “special commissioner” or “hearing delegate.” Dissens – (verb) Inseaiss. (Nounes) A notice of appeal that sets out the minority opinion and outlines the disagreement of one or more judges with the majority`s decision. Diversion – The process of removing certain minor offences from the entire judicial process, provided that the accused undergoes some sort of rehabilitation or reparation for damages.
Plea – Agreement – An agreement between the prosecutor and the accused, subject to court approval, on the sentence the accused should serve in the event of an admission of guilt, Analford`s plea or a plea of non-dispute. Typically, the accused pleads guilty in exchange for some form of leniency. For example, the defendant may make lesser allegations, so that sentences are reduced. Or the accused may claim some, but not all of the charges, so that others are dropped. The agreement may contain criminal recommendations. Such good deals do not engage the court. Provision – An agreement between lawyers on both sides of a civil or criminal proceeding on one aspect of the case; (z.B. to extend the response time, postpone the trial date or admit certain facts at trial. Edition – 1. The point of contention in a disagreement between the parties in a lawsuit.
2. to send officially, as in an order. Conditions of release – Conditions in which an arrested person is released pending trial. Consecutive sentences – successive prison sentences, beginning with the course of another person, against a person convicted of two or more crimes. Civil contempt – contempt can be civil or criminal, depending on what the court wants to achieve by punishing it. Contempt is civil when the purpose of the sanction is to enchant the defendant with an act previously ordered by the court that the accused did not do, such as the payment of family allowances. Compare criminal contempt. Plea Bargaining or Plea Negotiating – The trial by which an accused person and a prosecutor negotiate a satisfactory decision for both sides of a case. The Court is not familiar with the actual negotiations, but receives a plea in favour of its approval or rejection.