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Just what are court cases and how does one go about a search for court cases? A court is simply a venue where legal issues are evaluated and decisions (legally termed verdicts or court decisions) regarding these issues are reached. And each particular instance of going through the process of evaluation and decision-making is what is termed as a court case.
Terms like litigation, proceedings, or legal action have also been known to be synonymous with court cases. These legal issues may come in various forms.
Most cases involve two parties. The one who initiates the suit is called the plaintiff or the complainant (if the complainant is the state, this party is usually the prosecutor), while the other party is labeled as the defendant.
Other two-party cases need not have complainants but are usually initiated through a petition. In a bankruptcy case, for example, an individual or business finding itself in financial trouble can petition for bankruptcy to avail of solutions laid out in the bankruptcy code. There are also petitions involving family relations like annulment, divorce, legal separation, child custody or adoption. Courts that hear these types of cases are called specific subject-matter jurisdiction cases.
Records of these court cases are normally available to the public and it is not uncommon that people not directly involved in a particular case may be interested about the details pertaining to that case. Genealogists, for instance, need information from court cases as a means to gather information about a client's roots.
Novelists and script-writers also need material from cases to come up with their stories, whether these stories are fictional or true-to-life.
There are records that are not immediately available for public consumption though. A few case records are sealed through special court orders. Records of grand jury and juvenile proceedings are also normally sealed.
The best and fastest way to search for court records is to use an online records provider because then you don't have to fall in line, fill out dozens of forms, and wait if the country clerk will find the legal record you need or not.
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