How are cases presented in court?
The plaintiff carries the burden of proof and gets to present their evidence and witnessess first. After a witness testifies, the other party in the case can cross examine that witness. Once the Plaintiff has presented all of their evidence and witnesses, the Defendant will have an opportunity to so the same.

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1. Can I speak to a Judge when I come into your office?
2. How do I file an answer?
3. In which county should I file my lawsuit?
4. How are cases presented in court?
5. What do I need to bring with me to the court hearing?
6. Can I bring a notorized statement from a witness that can not appear in court?
7. What is the difference between a dismissal with prejudice and a dismissal without prejudice?
8. I won my case and it has been paid. What do I do now?
9. Can I appeal my civil case if I lose in court?