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Definition of venue:
- In pleading and practice. A neighborhood; the neighborhood, place, or county in which an injury is declared to have been doue, or fact declared to have hap- pened. 3 Bl. Comm. 204. Venue also denotes the county in which an action or prosecution is brought for trial, and which is to furnish the panel of jurors. To " change the venue" is to transfer the cause for trial to another county or district. See Moore v. Gardner. 5 How. Prac. ( N. Y.) 243; Armstrong v. Emmet, 10 Tex. Civ. App. 242. 41 S. W. 87; Sullivan v. Hall, SO Mich. 7, 48 N. W. 010, 13 L. R. A. 550; State v. McKinney, 5 Nev. 108. In the common-law practice, the venue is that part of the declaration in an action which designates the county in which the action is to be tried. Sweet.
- the scene of any event or action ( especially the place of a meeting)
- in law: the jurisdiction where a trial will be held
- A neighborhood or near place; the place or county in which anything is alleged to have happened; also, the place where an action is laid.
- A bout; a hit; a turn. See Venew.
- State laws or court rules that establish the proper court to hear a case, often based on the convenience of the defendant. Because state courts have jurisdiction to hear cases from a wide geographical area ( for example, California courts have jurisdiction involving most disputes arising between California residents), additional rules, called rules of venue, have been developed to ensure that the defendant is not needlessly inconvenienced. For example, the correct venue for one Californian to sue another is usually limited to the court in the judicial district where the defendant lives, an accident occurred or a contract was signed or to be carried out. Practically, venue rules mean that a defendant can't usually be sued far from where he lives or does business, if no key events happened at that location. Venue for a criminal case is normally the judicial district where the crime was committed.
- In law, the place where an action is laid, lit. the place to which the jury are summoned to come.
- The place where an action is laid.
- In law, the neighbourhood in which a wrong is committed, and in which it should be tried, and from which the jury must be drawn.