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Holding Trial Judges Accountable

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Your Legal First Aid KitFirst Aid Kit

You may not win ... even when you should win.

So, if you have to appeal:

  • Do you know how?
  • Do you know what forms to use?
  • Do you know what to "say" in the forms?
  • Do your know when to file the forms?

This class gives you sample forms and explains how to use them.

  • Notice of Appeal
  • Appellant's Initial Brief
  • Appellee's Answer Brief
  • Appellant's Reply Brief

After completing this class, you will know how to win on appeal.

When a judge sees you know how to prepare for appeal and know how to win on appeal, you are most likely to win without appealing!

Judges don't like to be appealed, so show them you know how!

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