Cognitive process

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The recognition process is the inclusion of all significant decision facts by the court for determination of judgment . The cognitive process is carried out in every jurisdiction through the judge's free assessment of evidence . The knowledge process is to be operated taking into account the respective process maxims and as comprehensively as possible. It is concluded with a judgment , an order or a resolution . A judgment is always preceded by an oral hearing , the other two decisions can also be made in writing.

The term “cognizance procedure” is used in both civil and criminal proceedings . The respective enforcement procedure follows the investigation procedure, in civil proceedings the enforcement , in criminal proceedings the execution of sentences .