Information Court Process

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Once you have created a lawsuit, a judge will then preside over your case. The judge will then summon the defendant to make a statement about their side of the story. If the Defendant has hired a lawyer, the lawyer may make the testimony. You may be continually asked to give testimony until the case is adjourned or dismissed. If any witnesses are called to the stand, the Judge will also summon them to testify.

Once the judge presiding has decided that all necessary testimony, evidence, and/or witnesses have been provided by the court, the judge will then make their fair and unbiased decision, hereby adjourning the lawsuit.


EXAMPLE of PROCEEDINGS


LAWSUIT FILED
Plaintiff/Complainant

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DEFENDANT SUMMONED
Judge

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OPENING STATEMENT
Plaintiff/Complainant


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OPENING STATEMENT
Defendant

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WITNESS + TESTIMONIALS

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CLOSING STATEMENT
Plaintiff/Complainant


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CLOSING STATEMENT
Defendant

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VERDICT
Judge

MOTION TO DISMISS

If you (the defendant) or your client decides that they believe the case to be inaccurate or frivolous, then you may introduce a Motion to Dismiss. However, this must follow the format below.


IN THE COURT OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF REDMONT
MOTION TO DISMISS

(name)
Plaintiff

v.

(name)
Defendant

Case no: ...

MOTION TO DISMISS
Defendant move that the complaint in this case be dismissed, and in support thereof, respectfuly alledges:
1. (Reason for why the complaint should be dismissed. Don't come with new facts or the court wil deny your motion! Lack of evidence is not a valid reason.)
2. ...
...

(The words defendand and complaint should be changed in case the motion is to dismiss a counterclaim.)
DATED: This (day) day of (month) (year)
 
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