Описание презентации по отдельным слайдам:
K. A. Kuryleva A. A. Efremova ПД-21 Е.А. Тimoshkina
The objectives of our project : to give a definition of a crime and different kinds of cases; to describe criminal and civil cases; to analyse kinds of cases.
Civil cases Civil law involves disputes between individuals or groups and usually results in monetary compensation for the injured party. A federal civil case involves a legal dispute between two or more parts.
Common law Civil cases are usually disputes between or among private citizens, corporations, government, government agencies and other organizations.
Civil Court Cases Jury verdicts do not need to be unanimous in civil cases. Only ten jurors need to agree upon a verdict if there are 12 jurors : five must agree if there are six jurors.
Criminal case A criminal case is brought by the state or by a city or county against a person or person accused of having committed a crime. Crime – is one of types of offenses. Crime is different from other offenses such as administrative, civil and other.
Criminal law When a court determines that an individual committed a crime, a person will receive a sentence.
Criminal case In criminal cases the verdict must be unanimous, that is, all jurors must agree that the defendant is guilty in order to overcome the presumption of innocence.
Conclusion Courts Criminal Civil Crimes against the state Wrongs by one party against another
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