Civil procedure case briefs are about the adjudication of civil cases in the United States. Civil cases are about a person or group filing a lawsuit against another person or group, and criminal law is about the state prosecuting a person for committing a crime. The procedures for how the cases are run are different. Civil procedure is about how the cases are conducted in court. Factors involved include jurisdiction, motions, reviews of trial results, and others.
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- Ardente v. Horan
- Bridges v. Diesel Service, Inc.
- Burger King Corp v. Rudcezwics
- Davis v. Precoat Metals
- Employment Division, Oregon Department of Human Resources v. Smith
- Erie Railroad Co. v. Tompkins
- Guaranty Trust Co. v. York
- Helicopteros Nacionales de Colombia, S.A. v. Hall
- Mas v. Perry
- Noble v. Bradford Marine, Inc.
- Norton v. Snapper Power Equipment
- Pennoyer v. Neff
- Revell v. Lidov
- Reynolds v. United States
- Shaffer v. Heitner
- Wisconsin v. Yoder