Definition of "bifurcation"
  1. A process where a judge splits issues before a trial so that a judgment can be made on one issue before proceeding with the others
How to use "bifurcation" in a sentence
  1. The judge decided on bifurcation to expedite the complex case.
  2. The defense counsel requested for bifurcation to isolate the multiple allegations.
  3. Due to the nature of the case, bifurcation was seen as a more efficient approach.

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