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Legal Reading

Legal Reading

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Reading billboards is "billboard reading".


Reading newspapers is "newspaper reading".

A bit slower, but still "skimming" ideas to get through quickly.

Reading legal materials is "legal reading".

Slow down!

Read too fast and lose your case!

Be on alert for lurking loopholes and other hidden hazards.

Legal reading is unlike any reading you've ever done.

Victory in court often turns on what a single sentence means!

It's not just the meaning of individual words.

It's how they're strung together.

There are grammatical twists and turns that lead to defeat.

One word can cancel others or change their meaning.

Assume nothing that isn't written, and read everything twice!

Know how to analyze each and every sentence.

Know how to find all possible meanings.

Expect your opponent to use tricky, twisted language.

Court cases are a battle of words.

When reading statutes, rules, or appellate decisions, know how to spot hidden meanings and alternative ways to interpret what they seem to say.

Know how to do legal reading ... defensively and offensively!

Use this case-winning procedure course to win your case!

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