What is a Trial - 

       In the court of law, a trial in which parties come together to a dispute. they present information (in the form of evidence) in the tribunal. In simple words, it is the process in a court of law where a judge, etc. listens to the evidence and decides if somebody is guilty of a crime or not. A tribunal is a formal setting with the authority to adjudicate claims or disputes. One form of tribunal is a court. 

What are the Types of Trial 

There are two types of trials which are as follows...

(a) Criminal trial - 

       It is designated to resolve accusations brought (usually by a government) against a person accused of a crime.  ​In simple words, a Criminal trial is a meeting in a law court, at which a judge and jury listen to the evidence and decide whether a person is guilty of a crime. In the common law system, most criminal defendants are entitled to a trial held before the Jury. Indian Criminal Procedure Code provides rules for Criminal Trials. 

(b) Civil trial - 

       A civil trial is generally held to settle lawsuits or civil claims—non-criminal disputes. In some countries, the government can both sue and be sued in a civil capacity. The rules of civil procedure provide rules for civil trials.

Conclusion - 

      A trial is a process of Law where both parties (plaintiff and defendant) present evidence in front of a jury.  There are two types of trial criminal trial and civil trial.

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