Ngo, Colin Court Comic
Updated: 3/31/2020
Ngo, Colin Court Comic
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  • Jury Selection
  • Your job as the jury is to determine whether the defendant is liable or not liable
  • Opening Statements
  • My client is here today to accuse the defendant of smashing tomatoes at his fence.
  • My clients is not liable and is being wrongly accused.
  • ...and finally, Mr. Gregory, you did confirm that the defendant owns a tomato garden, and so he possessed the materials to throw tomatoes at my client's fence, in which it cost him $600 to repaint. I REST MY CASE!
  • Evidence Presentation
  • Yes!
  • Objection!
  • Jury is told that it is a civil trial, and they have to figure out whether the defendant is liable or not liable.
  • Closing Statements
  • Liable
  • Both the prosecution and the defense present their opening statements.
  • Jury Deliberation
  • Unanimous
  • Liable
  • The sides are presenting their evidence.
  • Verdict
  • My clients rightly accused the defendant, and the defendant must pay for the damages they caused .
  • The prosecution and defense say their closing statements.
  • My clients was obviously not liable and was wrongly accused by the plaintiff.
  • The jury reviews and deliberates the case, coming to an agreement whether the defendant is liable or not liable.
  • Liable
  • Let's take a vote, but it has to be unanimous
  • The jury says their verdict and decides whether the defendant is liable or not liable.
  • After careful review and consideration, we find the defendant...LIABLE!
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