A Concurrent Sentence is a direction by a Court that a number of sentences of imprisonment should run at the same time.
A Concurrent Writ is a duplicate of the original writ bearing the same date and expiring at the same time as the original.
A Conditional Discharge is a discharge of a convicted defendant without sentence on condition that he/she does not re-offend within a specified period of time.
Conduct Money is money paid to a witness in advance of the hearing of a case as compensation for time spent travelling to and attending Court.
If something is deemed Confidential it is intrusted with the confidence of another or with his secret affairs or purposes; intended to be held in confidence or kept secret.
A Conflict is the friction that happens when incompatible parties or differences.
The term Conflict of Interest can refer to: – a situation that can undermine a person due to self interest and public interest – a situation when parties discharge responsibility to a third party.
Conflict Resolution is a form of conversational mediation used by lawyers, aimed at preventing discord.
Conflicting Evidence is a term given to evidence that is taken from different sources that contradict each other.
In law Confrontation is a term used in criminal law. It refers to the act of setting a witness face to face with the prisoner, in order that the latter may make any objection he has to the witness, or that the witness may identify the accused.