Civil Court vs. Criminal Court
What is Civil Court?
Civil court refers to court that hear the cases except assault, robbery, murder, arson, rape, etc. This cost hears the cases relevant to business, agency, housing case, family case such as divorce or custody, consumer problems such as debt or bankruptcy or other cases relevant to damage to property or personal harm. The person or government, mostly a person, sues against another person because of dispute between them about money and debts, property, housing, an injury (car accident, medical malpractice, etc.), family issues, etc. The accused is liable to pay fine or part with property if he proved guilty.
What is Criminal Court?
Criminal court is a court that hear the cases relevant to crimes such as assault, robbery, murder, arson, rape, terrorism and other kinds of crimes. The government, known as prosecution, files a case against accused, known as defendant. The prosecution must prove with solid evidences that defendant is guilty without any reasonable doubt. If the accused or defendant is found guilty, he will be declared as criminal and send to jail or fine or both jail and fine. In murder or terrorism cases he may be given capital punishment.