A decision on a disputed issue in a civil or criminal case or an inquest
the jury returned a verdict of ‘not guilty.’
An opinion or judgment
I'm anxious to know your verdict on me
(law) the findings of a jury on issues of fact submitted to it for decision; can be used in formulating a judgment
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A decision on an issue of fact in a civil or criminal case or an inquest; An opinion or judgement
The definitive answer given by the jury concerning the issues the judge asked them to resolve.
The formal decision issued by a jury on the issues of fact that were presented at trial.
The decision of a trial jury or a judge that determines the guilt or innocence of a criminal defendant, or that determines the final outcome of a civil case.
The final decision about the guilt or innocence of a criminal defendant made by a judge or jury. In a civil case, can be: (1) general: a jury verdict in a civil case in favor of the plaintiff or in favor of the defendant; (2) special/directed: a judge's verdict in a civil case, after considering ...
A conclusion, as to fact or law, that forms the basis for the court's judgment.
A court decision issued following a trial. A verdict can either be issued by a jury, if the case is tried by a jury and a verdict is issued based on the jury’s findings or by a judge, if the judge alone is deciding the case, such as in nonjury trials.
The judgement given, after proceedings in a criminal court have reached final conclusion.
a person or entity against whom a crime is committed.
The formal declaration of the jury of its findings of fact.
the decision of a jury.
A finder of fact's decision as to whether the facts warrant a judgment in favor of the plaintiff and, if so, the amount to which the plaintiff is entitled.
In criminal proceedings, the decision of the jury or judicial officer.
The jury’s final decision of innocence or guilt.
The decision by a jury on a legal case or suit in trial.
The decision of guilty or not guilty made by the jury or judge.
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The formal, final decision or finding made by a jury or judge.