How and when to be Your Own Lawyer: A Step-by-step Guide to Effectively Using Our Legal System

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Avery Publishing Group, 1993 - Civil procedure - 399 pages
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This legal guide is for anyone seeking to bring a civil or small claims suit to court and act on their own behalf. Quittner and Schachner have devised a step-by-step course of action for preparing and bringing your case to court. Included in this helpful guide are answers to questions about how to use a law library, how to file a claim, and how to handle the trial itself. Also includes a concise legal dictionary.

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This is a thorough, careful examination of the ins and outs of self-representation in a civil lawsuit. The authors open with a lesson on the judicial system, thereafter providing a realistic look at ... Read full review

Contents

Understanding the System
1
Point of Decision
21
Using a Law Library
33
Copyright

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