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Motions & Hearings

Motions & Hearings

Motion Sickness

Don't Get Motion Sickness

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Motions Move the Court!

Without this class you have no chance at all!

You get court orders by "moving" the court.

Court orders are what you need to win.

Includes forms, explanations, and case-winning tactics.

Know how to move the court to win!

Includes

State the facts you must prove.
Use discovery to prove your facts.
Move the court for judgment.
Winning really is this simple!
This course makes it easy!
(Includes Forms & Examples)

  • Motion Sickness
  • The Right to Be Heard
  • Motions in General
  • Spoken Motions
  • Written Motions
  • Memoranda & Briefs in Support
  • Memoranda & Briefs in Opposition
  • Motions in State Court
  • Motions in Federal Court
  • Frequently Used Motions
  • Certificate of Good Faith
  • Scheduling Hearings
  • Noticing Hearings
  • Arguing Motions and Hearings
  • Conclusion
  • Quiz
 
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