Video 5 - The Trial
The trial is the final destination in court proceedings. It’s where the judge makes a decision on the merits of a case. Representing yourself at trial requires preparation and a thorough understanding of your case.
After the trial, the Court will hand down it’s decision. The Court may either order that you may want to seek advice about appealing or enforcing the decision. There can be serious consequences to not complying with a court order, e.g. contempt of court.
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