a noncriminal lawsuit, usu. involving private property rights
The civil case involved divorce proceedings.
And the civil case is not expected to come to trial for two years in the best of circumstances.
Awarded $3.8 million in his civil case, King opened a rap label, but it folded a few years later.
The civil case just settled, if it had gone to court, would have required a lower standard of proof.
“She planned to use the video of what happened at the pool that day” in a civil case against Richardson.
A civil case, however, could have been decided on the basis of a preponderance of evidence.
To the same year probably belongs the speech Pro Caecina in a civil case.
Specifically, in law, the go-between in a penal or civil case.
Magistrates have in civil cases jurisdiction up to 20, while an appeal lies from their decisions in any criminal or civil case.
Still, in a civil case, if he were to make an emphatic protest, the matter in all probability would not be pressed.
No civil case may be brought in any higher court until effort shall have been made to adjust it in a justice's tribunal.