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Start with the Big Picture

Everything is Included
Only $249 for Complete Course

Watch and Learn

Get a clear view of court procedure in just 5 hours!

Class includes 53 separate video clips.

Watch each clip at your own pace.

This class alone is worth the small price of the course!

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State the facts you must prove.
Use discovery to prove your facts.
Move the court for judgment.
It's really that simple.
This course shows how!
(With Forms and Examples)

  • Introduction.
  • Topics Covered.
  • Getting Started. Preparing for Battle.
  • The Court Procedure Flowchart
  • Causes of Action. Plaintiff's Right to Sue.
  • Pleadings. Where Each Party Says What Must Be Proved.
  • Simple Complaint.
  • Multi-Count Complaint.
  • Importance of Simple Sentences. One Verb. One Noun.
  • The Summons.
  • Verifications.
  • The Answer.
  • Certificates of Service.
  • Counter-Claims.
  • Cross-Claims.
  • Third-Party Complaints.
  • How to Avoid Filing an Answer.
  • Motion to Strike
  • Motion to Dismiss
  • Motion for More Definite Statement
  • Affirmative Defenses - Part One
  • Affirmative Defenses - Part Two
  • Forms ... What Goes In, What Stays Out.
  • How to Answer a Complaint
  • Discovery of Evidence
  • Requests for Admissions
  • Requests for Production
  • Interrogatories
  • Depositions
  • Court Process and Subpoenas
  • How to Compel Discovery of Evidence
  • How to Move the Court
  • Standing in Power.
  • Knowing the Law.
  • How to Write Memoranda in Support of Arguments.
  • Legal Authorities
  • Sizing Up Your Opponent
  • Using Evidence Rules
  • Privileges.
  • Impeachment.
  • Hearsay.
  • Examining Witnesses.
  • Circumstantial Evidence.
  • Authentication of Evidence.
  • Trial Preparation and Procedure.
  • Writing Orders
  • Post-Judgment Proceedings.
  • Settlement
  • Preparation for Appeal.
  • Jurisdiction.
  • The Enemy
  • Summation
  • Conclusion

Know how to win!


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