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The system of law, as exists in the Anglo-American world, where an issue is argued in court by two opposing sides, the prosecutor or plaintiff, and the defence. Opposite to the Inquisitorial system wh [..]
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the kind of lawful operating system, such as America, which concerns the argument over counteractive persons being recognized by a separate judge. In numerous countries in Europe, but not in the UK an [..]
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  An adversarial political system is one dominated by a struggle for power between two rival party groupings.  Under such a system, politics is seen as highly competitive with little room for compromise.  Actions by the governing party are always opposed by rival parties.  See also consensus; majoritarian.
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Adversary system or adversarial system is the legal system followed in the US. Under this system, the parties to a case develop and present their arguments, gather and submit evidence, call and questi [..]
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The adversarial system is a system of law derived from medieval ‘trial by combat’. In adversarial systems, two advocates (usually lawyers or barristers) present arguments and evidence on behalf of [..]
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A legal system of common law origin where two parties advocate opposing positions and a neutral finder of fact such as a judge or jury determines the truth in the matter.    Last Updated:  7/8/2015 [..]
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System of justice in which cases are argued by two opposing sides, the prosecution and the defence, both of which are responsible for fully and forcefully presenting their respective positions; cases are heard and decided by an impartial judge. (ch. 4, p. 101)
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(legal) A system of law in which advocates represent the prosecution and the defence and an impartial person (judge) or people (jury) determine the truth of the matter
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