mid-15c., "act or process of testing," from Anglo-French trial , noun formed from triet "to try" (see try ). Sense of "examining and deciding a case in a court of law" is first recorded 1570s; extended to any ordeal by 1590s. As an adjectival phrase, trial-and-error is recorded from 1806. Trial balloon (1939) is congnate of French ballon d'essai .

The Trial of R. Kelly is the second episode of The Boondocks . It premiered on November 13, 2005. R. Kelly goes to trial.

When the Trial of R&B singer R. Kelly comes to town, Huey and Riley are on opposite sides of the hot-button "underage peeing" issue.

The episode opens with Huey , Granddad and Riley watching TV. Granddad switches the channel to The O'Reilly Factor where Bill O'Reilly talks about R. Kelly's latest legal trouble revolving around a tape that he made of himself urinating on a 14 year old girl. Riley asks Granddad if they can go to the city and see the trial. Granddad declines, commenting that Riley's new Nikes cost enough that they can carry him the 40 miles to the courthouse just fine.

mid-15c., "act or process of testing," from Anglo-French trial , noun formed from triet "to try" (see try ). Sense of "examining and deciding a case in a court of law" is first recorded 1570s; extended to any ordeal by 1590s. As an adjectival phrase, trial-and-error is recorded from 1806. Trial balloon (1939) is congnate of French ballon d'essai .

mid-15c., "act or process of testing," from Anglo-French trial , noun formed from triet "to try" (see try ). Sense of "examining and deciding a case in a court of law" is first recorded 1570s; extended to any ordeal by 1590s. As an adjectival phrase, trial-and-error is recorded from 1806. Trial balloon (1939) is congnate of French ballon d'essai .

The Trial of R. Kelly is the second episode of The Boondocks . It premiered on November 13, 2005. R. Kelly goes to trial.

When the Trial of R&B singer R. Kelly comes to town, Huey and Riley are on opposite sides of the hot-button "underage peeing" issue.

The episode opens with Huey , Granddad and Riley watching TV. Granddad switches the channel to The O'Reilly Factor where Bill O'Reilly talks about R. Kelly's latest legal trouble revolving around a tape that he made of himself urinating on a 14 year old girl. Riley asks Granddad if they can go to the city and see the trial. Granddad declines, commenting that Riley's new Nikes cost enough that they can carry him the 40 miles to the courthouse just fine.

In law , a trial is a coming together of parties to a dispute , to present information (in the form of evidence ) in a tribunal , a formal setting with the authority to adjudicate claims or disputes. One form of tribunal is a court . The tribunal, which may occur before a judge , jury , or other designated trier of fact , aims to achieve a resolution to their dispute.

Where the trial is held before a group of members of the community, it is called a jury trial . Where the trial is held solely before a judge, it is called a bench trial .

Hearings before administrative bodies may have many of the features of a trial before a court, but are typically not referred to as trials.

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