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less than 6.1 is going to talk about the difference between a judge and a jury trial. They're very, very different
things from a procedural standpoint and also, from a tactical standpoint, when you're preparing to testify.
So in this video we are going to talk about the difference between judge and jury trials.
Ah, judge Trial is often referred to as a bench Trier
The bench trial is where the judge is going to serve is both the trier of fact. So the person making the decision about innocents and guilt
and the decider of law the situation where
any time there's a question about an objection or the specific law, the judge is gonna rule on that as well as ultimately ruling on the outcome of the case.
Ah, jury trial, on the other hand,
is a trial involving anywhere from 6 to 12 citizens who serves the trier of fact. It's interesting to note that depending on some of the states,
it could be eight to be nine. It could be six. It could be 12.
Criminal trials are almost always going to be a 12 person trial, but civil trials can often include anywhere from 6 to 12.
The judge serves on Lee as
the Trier, the decision decision maker when it comes to a long procedure in a jury trial.
In this video, we talked about the difference between a jury and the judge trial.
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