Adversary System of Justice (Sociology)

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  • A tradition of jurisprudence in which parties are situated in opposition to one another. Typically, there are two sides. A series of rules and legal principles rooted in due process guide the procedure. The resolution of this adversarial process is a decision rendered by an impartial third party or an agreement reached by those involved. The United States uses an adversary system of justice.

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