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Here are the tools and strategies you need to effectively prepare your cases and win in federal court. The Federal Trial Guide is not only a timesaving preparation tool that's perfect to use in your office; it’s also a thorough case organizer that you can bring right into court for quick access to winning materials. This unparalleled combination of Office Books/Trial Book gives you all you need to accurately plan and present entire cases with confidence.
Throughout the four Office Book volumes, detailed checklists and scores of ready-to-use scripts and forms help you ensure that no important aspect of your case get overlooked, whether you are counsel for plaintiff or defendant. Pretrial and trial procedures are spelled out for:
You’ll also get the following practice tools to simplify your work: legal backgrounds; trial arguments and trial exams; practicepoints; jury voir dire; evidence introduction; trial motions; authority selections; case summaries and editorial commentary.
First published in 1992.
5 Volumes; Looseleaf; updated with revisions.
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