• John C. Depp, II v. Amber Laura Heard
Under-Secretaries General: Atanur Duman & Irmak Gül
Academic Assistant: Emir Esat Temiz
The United States civil court system, like its criminal counterpart, is hierarchical, comprising federal and state courts. It employs an adversarial process where opposing parties present cases to an impartial judge and jury. Civil cases aim to establish liability and provide remedies for issues. Key participants include plaintiffs, defendants, and legal representatives, with judge and juries overseeing proceedings. The focus is on resolving disputes and upholding fairness within the framework of civil law. Jury involvement varies, and the ultimate goal is to provide a just resolution to civil matters.
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