Post-Trial Stage: After The Dust Settles
Learn about the post-trial stage where the parties address the judgment that was entered after trial. The winning side will make sure the judgment is “entered” and “noticed” and might try to recover attorney’s fees and court costs. Both sides might try to alter the judgment in some way, or they might appeal the judgment and ask a higher court to review the case.
After The Trial
Learn about some things that might occur after a trial is ended, including “entry” and “notice” of the judgment, requests to recover costs and attorney’s fees, and other post-trial “motions” (written requests) that could be made to the court.
Appealing The Case
Learn how to "appeal" your case if you disagree with the decision reached by the judge (or jury) after your trial.