Trial court judges in certain districts receive $17,500 a year.
A trial court had been organized at which the testimony was taken, verdict rendered, and judgment passed.
Ruef then appealed from the judgment of the trial court to the District Court of Appeal.
Capt. Wirtz convened a trial court composed of prisoners who observed all the forms of law in the trial of these desperadoes.
The House of Lords, sitting in final appeal, affirmed the judgment of the trial court.
It was a stenographic transcript of testimony in a case which had been lost in the trial court and was now going up on appeal.
Everybody thought the trial court went to an excessive care.
The trial court dodged the issue by directing the jury to find the prisoner not guilty on the ground of insanity.
The business of the trial court is concluded as soon as the question of guilt is determined.
In admiralty appeals the conclusions of fact reached by the trial court are specially set forth, and are final.