Profession justice of the peace
Justices of the peace deal with small claims and disputes, and minor offences. They ensure the keeping of the peace within their jurisdiction, and provide mediation between disputing parties.
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- Civil process order
The legal procedures and standards that courts follow in civil lawsuits.
- Civil law
The legal rules and their applications used in disputes between different parties.
- Court procedures
The regulations which are in place during the investigation of a court case and during a court hearing, and of how these events occur.
- Compile legal documents
Compile and collect legal documents from a specific case in order to aid an investigation or for a court hearing, in a manner compliant with legal regulations and ensuring records are properly maintained.
- Supervise court hearings
Supervise the procedures during a court hearing to ensure they are compliant with regulations, occur in an orderly and honest manner, and to ensure that no moral or ethical boundaries are crossed during questioning or the presentation of legal arguments.
- Interpret law
Interpret the law during the investigation of a case in order to know the correct procedures in handling the case, the specific status of the case and the parties involved, the possible outcomes, and how to present the best arguments for the most favourable outcome.
- Maintain court order
Ensure that order and is kept in court during a hearing.
- Hear legal arguments
Hear legal arguments presented during a court hearing or other context in which legal cases are handled and decided upon, in a manner which provides both sides equal opportunity to present their arguments, and making a decision based on the arguments in an honest and impartial manner.
- Comply with legal regulations
Ensure you are properly informed of the legal regulations that govern a specific activity and adhere to its rules, policies and laws.
- Analyse legal evidence
Analyse evidence, such as evidence in criminal cases, legal documentation regarding a case, or other documentation that can be regarded as evidence, in order to obtain a clear image of the case and reach resolutions.
- Make legal decisions
Make decisions in legal cases in order to reach an official conclusion which has to be enforced, creating a decision which is legally binding for the parties involved in the case.
- Supervise legal case procedures
Supervise the procedures conducted during or after a legal case to ensure that everything occurred compliant with legal regulations, that the case is finished before closing, and to verify whether no mistakes have been made and all necessary steps were undertaken during the progression of the case from start to closing.
Optional knowledge and skillsensure sentence execution respond to enquiries family law moderate in negotiations facilitate official agreement legal case management hear witness accounts legal research show responsibility law enforcement support witnesses apply knowledge of human behaviour handle conflicts authenticate documents contract law officiate weddings
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