Definitions for "Adversary system"
The trial system in the United States and some other countries where each of the opposing (adversary) parties have a full opportunity to give or establish its opposing ideas before the court.
The system of justice in the U.S. and some other countries in which court cases are decided on the basis of evidence and arguments presented by each of the opposing, or adversary, parties who thus have full opportunity to present and establish their opposing contentions before the court or jury.
Method used in the courts of the United States to settle legal disputes. Both parties in the case tell their story to the judge and/or jury for resolution.