There are 11 tracks that cover the following subjects:
4. Personal Injury Cases
5. Lawyer vs. Pro Se (Yourself Presenting the Case)
6. Courts Aren't Places to Seek Justice
8. The Best Course and in the Future
9. Deponent or Witness: How to Behave in Your Best Interests
10. Documents: You are Not Their Museum Curator - 38 Specific Tips
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Very helpful toward overall perspective of legal proceedings. -whether plaintiff or defendant -basic outline of how to roll.
Yes, To help them understand the cost of law. It's not free or fair.
The section on not perjuring yourself.
Naa! But I still liked it.
The discussion on settling cases.
Great for anyone who deals in the legal environment with out a law degree.
I wish it had been longer. Great reading too (by author). This was helpful to me during litigation in small claims court against a large construction company. It helped me understand who I was dealing with, set my emotions aside, and ultimately settle a grand ahead of where I would have settled otherwise (which is saying something in SC small claims court).
I think Sun Tzu said something about knowing your adversary and letting him misjudge you. This book helped me understand the defendant, their attorney, and their paradigm. The rest is history.
$2 well spent.
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