Is a Consent Judgment considered a Guilty Verdict ?
1 Answer from Attorneys
A consent judgment is usually referring to a civil suit. "Guilty" is a term used in a criminal case. A consent judgement is an admission of liability. So, in a vague sense it is like someone pleading guilty to a criminal charge.
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