Nearly one in four Americans have been to court either as a plaintiff or defendant in a case.  A new survey by FindLaw found that 37% of Americans have spent time in court.

However, results also indicate that men are more likely to go to court than women. Forty-four percent of male respondents have been to court, while only 31% of women have done the same.

The top reasons for being in court are traffic, divorce, small claims, bankruptcy and criminal cases.

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