how is a courtroom trial different from a real trial?

like a courtroom battle vs a full blown trail

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  • 1 decade ago
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    They don't, a real trial is held in a courtroom.

    You may be thinking of a trial by jury vs trial by a judge. Jury trial is a trial where 12 peers decide the fate of the case, vs a judge determining your fate.

  • 1 decade ago

    Real trials are, indeed, in courtrooms, at least in America. As noted previously, there is a difference between a trial by jury and a trial by judge. There is also a difference between a civil trial and a criminal trial, between a juvenile trial and an adult trial. There are other things that happen in a courtroom, like a grand jury to determine if there is enough evidence to bring someone to trial, and other hearings that may happen before a criminal or civil trial takes place.

  • JS
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    I think you are talking about maybe 2 attorneys arguing based upon a motion or maybe oral arguments in an appellate court versus a trial with a jury and opening statements, direct and cross exams, and closing statements.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    duh..... no they are the same

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