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Easy Guide to Procedure

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The simplest overview of court procedure anywhere.

Get a clear idea how the parts fit together.

See how cases progress simply: step-by-step.

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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

  • The Famous Court Procedure Flowchart
  • See the Big Picture
  • See How All the Parts Fit Together
  • Using Local Rules
  • Why the Rules Rule
  • Why Fighting Fair Wins
  • Why Being Polite Wins
  • Why Seeking Truth and What's Right Wins
  • Why Keeping Things SIMPLE Wins
  • One Side Always Wins - Only ONE!
  • Complaint + Flurry of Motions+ Answer + Discovery+ Trial
  • The Value of Careful Preparation
  • Why You Should Start a Notebook
  • The Burden of Proof and Using it to Win
  • Understanding Causes of Actions and Essential Facts
  • How to Win as Plaintiff
  • How to Win as Defendant
  • Importance of Making the Record
  • Answer, Defenses, Counter, Cross, Third Party
  • Winning by Clever Use of Evidence Discovery
  • How to Play Your Cards Wisely
  • Conclusion
 

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