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Trials are the principle examination through judicial process in determining the legality and illegality of the presented argument between parties that cannot come to terms for a solution. The judicial process serves as an administration to the disputing parties that allow for a reasonable settlement based on fair and impartial grounds. The central and most honorable figure in a hearing is the judge - responsible for conducting and facilitating the disputing parties, their attorneys and the room entirely. Although the judge has the final decision, some trials require the judge to instruct a selected jury in deliberating a verdict based on evidence presented.

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