Going to trial: a step-by-step guide to trial practice and procedure
Litigation Committee, Sole Practitioners and Small Firms Committee, Section of General Practice, American Bar Association, 1989 - Law - 160 pages
This manual provides advice on the strategies, objectives and actions lawyers should be considering at every stage of a trial. It contains many forms and checklists, and is available in looseleaf format for a binder or as a bound paperback for libraries.
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