Federal Pretrial Practice
This book is designed to prepare you for the federal court experience. It offers helpful suggestions for both plaintiffs and defendants, combines basic explanations of the law with effective strategies, and includes numerous checklists and footnotes referring to a variety of circuits, articles and treatises.
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