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Rules of Court

Official Rules

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Rules that Control Court Procedure

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Know the Rules!

This course includes a look-up tool to find official Rules of Court.

Find official court rules for every state and federal court.

  • Rules of Evidence
  • Rules of Civil Procedure
  • Rules of Criminal Procedure
  • Rules of Appellate Procedure
  • Rules of Judicial Administration

The rules rule!

Court is much like other contests, e.g., baseball, soccer, etc. If you don't know the rules, and the other side does, you lose!


To win in court you must know and abide by the official rules.

Court rules control, you, the judge, and your opponent.

They are your friend. They always favor the party who is honest and has admissible evidence to prove his winning case!

They are against frauds, liars, and people who cheat.

So, you must know them and how to use them in court.

The tool included in my course gives you ready access.

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

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