The prosecutor (District Attorney for felonies, city attorney for misdemeanors) files the charges.
The defense attorney (or the defendant in propria persona) defends against the charges.
The court decides the case.
The court is not on the side of the prosecution or the defense.
The court is a neutral decision maker.
More free legal advice from Catcher.
A catcher word jumble?
Yesterday you wrote:
"However, it is in clear conflict with your first paragraph, which is utter garbage.
"..get charged by the court?"
Courts don't charge. The prosecutor charges."
Today it's something different.
Lawyer my ass.