How do I find out the outcome of a court case NSW?

How do I find out the outcome of a court case NSW?

The most recently published judgments and decisions are listed on the NSW Caselaw homepage. To find judgments or decisions of a particular court or tribunal, use the Caselaw advanced search and browse pages. For some jurisdictions Caselaw has judgments and decisions dating back to 2020

How do I find out the results of a court case?

How to searchSelect the ‘Search online’ button.Register or log in to the NSW Online Registry.Search for a civil case to which you are a party.Select the relevant case.View the different types of information by clicking the tabs (Proceedings, Filed Documents, Court Dates, Judgments and Orders).Weitere Einträge…

What does R stand for in court cases?

Name of case is R v Carroll. R or Regina (or Rex) refers to the Crown (Regina or Rex mean “queen” or “king” in latin)

What does a mention mean in court terms?

A mention simply means where a matter is “mentioned” in Court. It is where the matter is not formally listed for a plea of guilty or a plea of not guilty. First mention. This is the first time that a matter is listed in the Magistrates’ Court. On that date the matter can finish as a plea of guilty or be adjourned.

What is the difference between a mention and a hearing?

Where the case appears in court for a brief time, usually to deal with a procedural matter such as setting dates and deciding bail. A mention is not the ‘hearing’ of the matter. A witness is not usually required to attend court when the matter is for mention only.

What is a first mention in court?

The First Appearance A court mention will generally be the first point of your interaction with the courts. For criminal proceedings, the first time that you go to court is called a ‘mention’. The purpose of the mention is for the court to find out whether you want to plead guilty or not guilty.

What happens at the first appearance in court?

The first day you have to go to court is called a ‘mention’. The mention is for the magistrate to find out whether you are pleading guilty or not guilty. The registrar will ask if you are ready to plead guilty or not guilty.

What exactly does a judge do?

The role of the judge is to keep order or to tell you the sentence of the person. In cases with a jury, the judge is responsible for insuring that the law is followed, and the jury determines the facts. In cases without a jury, the judge also is the finder of fact.

Is DM a judge?

– Judicial Magistrate and Chief Judicial Magistrate are appointed by the High Court while the Governor appoints the District Magistrate. – Contrary to a judge, a magistrate only has limited law enforcement and administrative powers. – The judge is always an official with a law degree.

Who is more powerful than judge?

A civil judge/judicial magistrate has greater power and privilege under law than SDM. A district judge is far superior than DM. A HC judge is way superior than JT Secy in Govt. A SC judge is next only to President, VP and Prime Minister and CJI in position and status.

Who is more powerful judge or DM?

A magistrate has less power than a Judge. A judge has more power than a magistrate. A magistrate may not have a law degree. He or she is always an officer with a law degree.

Which is better judge or IAS?

Despite everything, no one can deny the fact that IAS officers are able to serve the society at large and are able to help a lot more people as compared to judicial officers. Judicial officers can help a limited number of people who appear in their court while an IAS can help anyone and everyone in the district.