Going to Trial: A Step-by-step Guide to Trial Practice and Procedure
A guide to understanding and mastering the courtroom process, with advice on presenting a logical, organized and winning case. Gathering expertise from over a dozen practising attorneys, it covers each step in the trial procedure. The diskette contains numerous sample documents.
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Initial Interview and Opening the File
Technology in Trial Practice
Preliminary Procedural Matters and Filing Suit
Rebuttal and PostTrial Motions
About the Editor
About the Contributors
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