What Is a Merit Trial in Maryland?

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A merit trial in Maryland is a case where the facts of the case are evaluated by a judge to determine whether it is worth moving forward or if it should be dismissed. However, it is advisable that you enquire from a professional lawyer for more clarification on what exactly it entails.
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Merits trial is a date set in court between a plaintiff to show he has a case against the accused while the accused is supposed to respond to accusation levelled against him or her. Usually both side just present their side of the stories and the judge decides if there is a case to be answered in order to set the date for trials.
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