Who brings charges in a civil court case?

Answer The plaintiff, sometimes called the complainant, brings charges in a civil court case. The plaintiff is the individual or business that filed a civil lawsuit. A petition or complaint sets forth the... Read More »

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Who does the plaintiff sue in a civil court case?

In a civil suit, a plaintiff (the person who files the complaint) sues a defendant. Civil laws deal with the rights of citizens. Civil cases can involve breach of contract, property damage and othe... Read More »

Steps Involved in a Civil Court Case?

There are basically two types of court cases in the United States: criminal and civil. Criminal cases are those in which someone breaks the law and an enforcement agency steps in, presses charges a... Read More »

Can a civil case run out of statutes because of a court backlog?

A civil case will not run out of statues because of a backlog. Civil trails will result in a mistrial if there is a death of a juror or attorney, an impropriety in jury selection occurred, there we... Read More »

How to Write a General Denial for a Civil Court Case in Texas?

If you have been sued in a civil suit in the state of Texas, then you must file an answer within the specified period time that is indicated on the summons you received when you were served with th... Read More »