Trial without a jury in which a judge decides which party prevails.
Also called court trial. A trial held before a judge and without a jury.
A trial where the judge hears all evidence and makes a decision without the aid of a jury.
A trial by a judge without a jury.
Trial without a jury. The judge decides the case.
a trial in which the court determines the facts without a jury; trial by judge
a trial held by a judge alone, without recourse to jury
a trial in which the judge alone determines whether the City has proven you guilty
a trial to a judge without a jury
a trial to the Judge without a jury
A trial where a judge decides the case â€“ not a jury.
a trial in which the judge hears the case without a jury and decides whether the accused is guilty.
A trial decided by a judge instead of a jury.
A trial with no jury; the judge alone decides on the verdict.
A trial without a jury, in which the judge serves as the fact-finder.
A case heard and decided by a judge without a jury.
A trial which proceeds in front of a judge without a jury.
trial without a jury in which the judge makes the final decision about the case.
A trial without a jury, in which the judge decides both issues of fact and of law.
A trial held before a judge alone without a jury.
Trial without a jury in which a judge decides the facts.
Based on a request by the accused, a trial where the military judge hears the evidence, determines guilt and imposes a sentence.
A trial without a jury. The judge rules on facts and evidence presented to him.
Trial with no jury, in which the judge decides the facts.
A trial in which a judge decides which party prevails rather than a jury.
Trial held before judge sitting without a jury; jury waived trial.
A trial where there is no jury. The judge must determine all questions of law and also be the trier of fact. see, e.g. Lewis v. United States, 518 US 322 (1996). (Wex) Civil Rights: Civil Right is a legal right or privilege under the Constitution of the United States. Civil rights include: Freedom of Speech Freedom of the Press Freedom of Assembly The Right to Vote Freedom from Involuntary Servitude, Right to equality in public places Certain groups and classes are protected by civil rights laws preventing discrimination based on race, sex, age, religion, previous condition of servitude, physical limitation, national origin and in some instances, sexual preference. (Summarized from Wex Law)
A trial before the judge, with no jury. See Fed. R. Civ. P. 38, 39.
Trial without a jury in which a judge hears the evidence and decides case.
A trial before a judge with no jury. The term derives from the fact that the stand on which the judge sits is called the bench.
A bench trial in the U.S. is a trial before a judge in which the right to a jury trial has been waived by the necessary parties. In the case of a criminal trial, in most states the criminal defendant alone has the ability to waive the right to a jury; in a civil trial, the parties to the dispute must agree to waive their right to a jury.