go to trial

go to trial

[for a case] to go into court to be tried. When will this case go to trial? We go to trial next Monday.
See also: trial
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The suit challenging General Growth's anticompetitive conduct was filed in February and is now expected to go to trial by the end of the year.
District Court in Los Angeles are scheduled to go to trial beginning in January 2005.
Combs was the first defendant to go to trial from Operation Silent Thunder, an undercover operation that culminated with predawn raids Aug.
The first wrongful death case to go to trial in the United States against Singapore Airlines for the crash of Flight SQ006 will begin on Tuesday, May 4, 2004 at 9:00 AM in Los Angeles Federal Court, Room 7, 312 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA.
A state appeals court has reinstated part of a Burbank sound editor's lawsuit against Raging Waters in San Dimas, saying his claims of false imprisonment and emotional distress can go to trial.
A case alleging theft of trade secrets by a former employee scheduled to go to trial today, Monday, 5 January 2004, that pitted RA Medical, a small local San Diego County-based medical device company against PhotoMedex, one of the largest companies in its industry, was dismissed when the larger company voluntarily dismissed its complaint on New Year's Eve in San Diego County Superior Court.
The judge said although he thought the sentence was inappropriate for what she did, he thought the sentence was appropriate based on what the state could prove if it had to go to trial again,'' said Derek Carlisle, a prosecutor for Mohave County, Ariz.
Circuit Courts on whether a publisher can be forced to go to trial in a libel case even when the defendant's evidence illustrates in advance that the case has no merit.
Long Beach Deputy Public Defender Edward Cook said he is handling four nonviolent ``three strikes'' cases - all of which he's timed so they'll go to trial after Cooley takes office.
The Reller case was the third smoking case to go to trial in Los Angeles and the first time a jury has returned a defense verdict.
Since the landmark Castano decision in 1996, courts have rejected class actions in 27 separate decisions, while allowing only three cases to go to trial.
Wilson said although he anticipated the case would go to trial, authorities had enough evidence to convict Labass.
said today's verdict for the company and other cigarette makers in the fifth Environmental Tobacco Smoke flight attendant case to go to trial was the right decision based on the claims made by the plaintiff.
Carroll agreed to the plea bargain Tuesday, when he was due in court for a hearing to determine whether his case would go to trial.
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals will be asked to reverse this verdict, in large part, because we believe Judge Weinstein ignored well-established legal precedent and allowed the case to go to trial.