If a defendant is found guilty, they can usually appeal to a higher court. Is the plaintiff appealing an acquittal also allowed?
How do civil courts handle denial of evidence as forged, tampered, or claims that 'I did not sign it' or 'That's not me'?
Is there any merit in continuing to fight a trial despite an overwhelming chance of losing and there being no plea deal?
How literally do courts in USA interpret face to face confrontation right of defendant under sixth amendment?
Is it possible for a witness to backtrack and claim that their previous statements were wrong because they misremembered?
If you try to charge someone for something and it doesn't stick, can a less severe charge be made as a follow-up?
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