On the left side was the defendant with his Barrister in front him.
At first the claimant went to the witness stand in order to be examined by both parties.
But as I have seen in the court room the two claims examined simultaneously by the judge so as in order to save time.
The legal way to examine a claim and a counter claim is to be examining separately, but in order not to waste of time for this procedure, the judge examines the two claims simultaneously.
As I entered the court room I sat on the back, where the public sits, facing the judge bench at the other end of the room.
In front of me on the right side there was the claimant with her solicitor and in front of them the Barrister sitting on a separately layer.
It houses the Manchester County Court and the Manchester District Registry of the High Court, as well as Manchester City Magistrates’ Family Courts, the District Probate Registry and the Regional and Area Offices of the Court Service.
The second one was the Crown Court on Minsull Street in Manchester City Centre for criminal court observations.
But when she tried to go to the right side of the road she did not notice the defendant’s car on time, so as she could not avoid them as it was too late so the two cars crushed.
After her short speech she crosses examined by the two advocates with several questions. He said that he was driving across the road and suddenly without any indication the claimant’s car came into his side of the road.