Here at Burch, George, and Germany, we want you to have a better understanding of how the trial process is executed and what you can expect going into it. Firstly, The trial process is the set of procedures and steps that are required in order to conduct a trial. It involves the selection of a jury, the presentation of evidence, the examination of witnesses, closing arguments from both sides, and a decision from the jury.

The trial process begins with the selection of a jury. The jury will be responsible for hearing the evidence and ultimately deciding the verdict. The jury must be impartial and must be selected from a pool of individuals who have not been biased by any of the parties involved.

Once the jury has been selected, the trial can begin. The prosecutor and defense attorneys will present their respective cases. During this process, each side presents evidence, witnesses, and arguments. The jury will then evaluate the evidence and witnesses to reach a verdict.

Finally, once a verdict has been reached, the trial process is complete. The judge will then hand down a sentence based on the verdict, which may include a fine, jail time, and/or other penalties.

The trial process is an important part of the criminal justice system and is designed to ensure that justice is served. Here at Burch, George, and Germany, we are confident in our ability to represent you to the best of our ability and ensure you receive the compensation you deserve!

Contact us today at 405-239-7711 for a free consultation. There is no cost to have our team represent you and we would be honored to help.