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Discovery

Discovery

Digging for Admissible Evidence

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Evidence Wins in Court

Get the evidence you need!

Otherwise, you have no chance of winning.

Discovery is the key to winning.

This quick & easy class shows how professionals do it.

Includes all the forms you need!

You have 5 discovery tools:

#1 - Requests for Admissions

#2 - Requests for Production

#3 - Interrogatories

#4 - Depositions

#5 - Subpoenas and other court orders

Use them so you can win without going to trial!

Includes

Winning is Easy
Know the facts you must prove.
State the facts in your pleadings.
Prove the facts with discovery.
Move the court for judgment.
This Course Shows How

  • What Facts Can Be Discovered
  • Planning What Facts You Need to Win
  • Written v. Spoken Discovery Techniques
  • Request for Admissions
  • Request for Production
  • Interrogatories
  • Depositions
  • Subpoena Power
  • Conclusion
  • Quiz
 

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