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No notes for slide. Appeal A request made to a higher court, tribunal or authority for the review of a decision. Appeal Period The time limit within which one can appeal. Appearance Notice A document that requires people to appear in court to answer charges against them in a criminal case.
Appellant The party bringing an appeal. Applicant A person who makes or starts an application.
Application The commencement of a proceeding in a court by way of filing the appropriate court form. A request made to the court. Apprehend To take or seize. In child protection cases, to remove a child from his or her parents or the person having care of the child and take him or her to a place of safety.
Child protection workers and police have the authority to do this. Arbitration see Alternative Dispute Resolution Arbitrator A neutral third party, selected by the parties to a dispute, who makes a decision on an issue in dispute. Arraignment The initial step in a criminal proceeding to confirm the identity of the accused, formally read the charges, and ask how the accused pleads. Arrears Money that is owed to a party under a court order or agreement, but has not been paid.
Arrest The taking or keeping of a person in custody by legal authority, usually in response to a criminal charge.
Assessment The determination of the rate or amount of something. For example, damages or a fine imposed. In family law cases, an analysis by a qualified professional who investigates, assesses and reports on the needs of the child ren and the ability of the parties to meet those needs.
In criminal law cases, a determination by a qualified person of the mental condition of an accused person. In civil cases, a determination of the capacity of an individual to manage property, to make personal care decisions, or to properly retain and instruct counsel. Fitness Assessment An analysis performed by a psychiatrist or psychologist to determine whether a person is fit to stand trial. Solicitor-Client Assessment A hearing where an assessment officer reviews the amount of a lawyer's bill.
Capacity Assessment A determination by a capacity assessor, or the court, as to a person's ability to manage property, make personal care decisions, or to properly retain and instruct counsel Assessment Order Attorney A term for a lawyer — more often used in the United States. A person who has been appointed under a power of attorney by a capable grantor to act on their behalf.