On the left side was the defendant with his Barrister in front him.
At first the claimant went to the witness stand in order to be examined by both parties.
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The Courts are held in order to resolve local disputes and maintain order in the society.
This is an ongoing process which started over six hundred years ago.The layout of the courtroom was simple there was no raised layers except from the judge’s.Also there was not defendant’s box and no presence of police.As a have seen from my visit to the County Court one possible fact that may discourage the parties from claiming is the much questioning and cross-examination that they have to pass through.Cases in the County Court can be very comprehensible to lay persons.The claim was made because the defendant did not see the plaintiff car coming and try to evade.The counter claim was made by the defendant for personal injury as the defendant injured his leg and his lower back from the collision with the woman’s car.He tried to avoid her but having only seconds to react he did not manage to avoid her.At that point the claimant’s barrister insisted that he passed illegally from the Pelican crossing few metres away from the incident. Also another important argument was that on the witness statement the defendant said that he broke his leg but afterwards the doctor said that he had also damaged his lower back.It houses the Manchester County Court and the Manchester District Registry of the High Court, as well as Manchester City Magistrates’ Family Courts, the District Probate Registry and the Regional and Area Offices of the Court Service.The second one was the Crown Court on Minsull Street in Manchester City Centre for criminal court observations.