29 September 2020
The civil litigation process is different from the criminal justice system because the aim is not to charge someone, find them guilty, and sentence them to a jail term. The main aim of civil litigation is to prove that a client suffered injuries and damages and that the defendant was at fault. When this has been established, the defendant compensates for the plaintiff. The advantage of civil cases is that the standard of what is considered proof of guilt is less strict than what is admissible when handling criminal charges.
29 May 2020
Jogging down the beach can be a lot of fun. Spending time engaged in such an exercise can also improve your health. However, getting injured while jogging on the beach undermines a lot of the good the activity delivers. If injured on the sandy ocean-scape, you may also have legitimate legal issues to consider. Although a public beach might be a wide-open space, the property falls under someone's care or a local government's jurisdiction.