The jury’s decision.
1. The proper or possible place for the trial of a lawsuit, usually because the place has some connection with the events that led to the lawsuit. 2. The statement in a pleading that establishes the place for trial. 3. The county or area where a lower tribunal has jurisdiction.
To cancel, or make void, invalidate. E.g. The court vacated the judgment.
The practice of law by a person who is not licensed to practice law by the state, which is prohibited and subject to serious penalties. E.g., a person can proceed “pro se,” meaning on their own behalf without a lawyer, but a non-lawyer cannot represent another person (other than himself or herself).
Not timely, beyond a required deadline. E.g., The defendant’s appeal was untimely because he filed it more than 30 days after the order he was challenging, as required by the rules of procedure.