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by Sara J. Berman-Barrett,Paul Bergman

eBook Represent Yourself in Court: How to Prepare  Try a Winning Case (3rd Ed) ePub
Author: Sara J. Berman-Barrett,Paul Bergman
Language: English
ISBN: 0873376110
ISBN13: 978-0873376112
Publisher: Nolo; 3rd edition (February 2001)
Pages: 389
Category: Law Practice
Subcategory: Law
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 701
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ePub file: 1962 kb
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This book helps readers learn the courtroom ropes so they are able t. Berman, Sara and Bergman, Paul . Represent Yourself in Court: How to Prepare & Try a Winning Case (September 1, 2016).

This book helps readers learn the courtroom ropes so they are able t. University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - School of Law. Date Written: September 1, 2016. REPRESENT YOURSELF IN COURT: HOW TO PREPARE & TRY A WINNING CASE, published by nolo, ISBN 9781413323085. com/abstract 3218550. Sara Berman (Contact Author).

Represent yourself in court : how to prepare and try a winning case, by Paul Bergman & Sara J. Berman-Barrett .

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Another good reference book when having to deal with the judicial system. It hits right on the money when it talks about the court system and being treated wrongly because you choose to represent yourself versus paying a high priced lawyer. This is serious business and you must be ready to run with the big dogs or stay on the porch. They will eat you up if you show signs of weakness and haven't made a serious effort to defend yourself using their books and rules.

Whether dealing with a personal injury claim, a landlord-tenant dispute, a small business disagreement or any of the dozens of other possible legal issues, this book will help the non-lawyer successfully navigate the complexities of the court system.

How to prepare and present a winning civil court case .

Represent Yourself in Court: How to Prepare & Try a Winning Case. Represent Yourself in Court - Paul Bergman. This book explains rules and techniques for preparing and trying a civil case, including how to handle a case in family court or bankruptcy court. by Paul Bergman and Sara J. Berman. How to prepare and present a winning civil court case. It does not cover criminal cases. See Civil and Criminal Cases, below. You will learn how to figure out what evidence you need to present a legally solid case, whether you are a plaintiff or a defendant. Among other things, you will learn

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Veteran attorneys Bergman and Berman-Barrett tell you what to say, how to say it, even where to stand when you address the judge and jury. Armed with the simple but thorough instructions in Represent Yourself in Court, you can beheard and taken seriously in any courtroom

Veteran attorneys Bergman and Berman-Barrett tell you what to say, how to say it, even where to stand when you address the judge and jury. Armed with the simple but thorough instructions in Represent Yourself in Court, you can beheard and taken seriously in any courtroom. And better yet, you'll be well prepared to achieve good results, without having to pay a lawyer's ransom.

by Paul Bergman First published January 1st 1994. Showing 1-22 of 22. Represent Yourself in Court: How to Prepare & Try a Winning Case (Paperback). Published February 8th 2008 by NOLO. Paperback, 524 pages.

She is the co-author of Represent Yourself in Court and The Criminal Law Handbook and the author of numerous articles and law course materials. I was NOT disappointed. There are example dialogs and mock situations to help you understand what to do in certain situations.

You probably can’t afford to pay a lawyer upwards of $200 an hour to represent you in a civil lawsuit. Fortunately, with the help of this book, you don’t have to.

Written in plain English, Represent Yourself in Court breaks down the trial process into easy-to-understand steps so that you can act as your own lawyer — safely and efficiently. Veteran attorneys Bergman and Berman-Barrett tell you what to say, how to say it, even where to stand when you address the judge and jury.

Kagda
Great book good info but our court system is so corrupt. Request for Summary Judgement as the law is specific. Paperwork was filed and served Plaintiff had 20 days to respond and they did not. I (defendant) was at the court asking for action almost daily 15 days past the 20 days they had to respond they show up at a pre-trial hearing and the entire farce continues. I paid to have the RFSJ acted on when it was filed and served. Without hiring a lawyer the courts ignore motions. Right to due process? Not. Plaintiff is lying under oath her lawyer KNOWS she is and is causing her to. The Judge has the PROOF on his desk in front of him that she is lying under oath. It is pointed out she is perjuring herself the lawyer is aiding her in doing so KNOWINGLY and the Judge allows it. Makes me want to vomit just thinking about it. Justice system BULLS*** Just US system for the lawyers it is all about billable hours. The corruption in this country is so bad I am so shocked and sad.
TheFresh
This book gives an understandable rendition of the various legal
procedures involved in bringing a major lawsuit into the Court
system. It is most helpful in assisting litigants with case
organization and presentation. The work explains how to document
a case throughout the various phases of a lawsuit with particular
emphasis on presentation of exhibits for trial. The work is
written in a belles lettres style. It could be read by anyone
wanting to understand the litigation process, as well as
law students taking courses in Civil Litigation. The book could
be useful in organizing a case so that a lawyer could pick it
up at a later time. Very often, the details of a claim may not
be fully known until the deposition process has been completed.
I would supplement this book with the purchase of a Civil
Procedure book if the intention is to complete the entire process
right through to trial. This work focuses on the documentation
you will need to develop in order to prove a case at trial.
The work has a good coverage of negotiation strategies.
Ultimately, it is in your interest to deal with a lawyer during
a formal negotiation in order to ascertain that you've secured
a fair deal.It pays to become familiar with a local legal
library as a supplement to this text. In addition, you should
utilize the internet in order to review similar cases
in the various Court jurisdictions relating to your case.
Sometimes it pays to talk to a lawyer who has completed a similar
case in order to gain perspective on the intricacies of the
whole process. This text gives you a good start.
It would be most helpful in organizing the type of case
that only develops after the deposition process is complete.
Early in the litigation, you should do some research in order
to identify cases similar to yours that have been decided.
The past precedent or stare decisis is very critical to
presenting a claim because it encapsules your case into
a similar fact pattern consistent with other cases that have
been decided by the Courts.It is to your benefit to do legal
research in identifying similar cases to your own either by
going into the legal libraries yourself, researching the
internet or paying a small fee for a legal research firm
to identify similar cases as the one you are filing.
GEL
We're not talking murder charges here, or even being a defendant in a case that risks some amount of future years of your life.

Short of that tho, it just doesn't pay to go to court without learning a few basic rules this book offers.

Money spent on it is well invested.

Claudia Strasbaugh
THOMAS
Represent Yourself in Court: How to Prepare and Try a Winning Case (2nd ed) Great book, A lot of very useful information and resources to use.
Goltigor
Great book to help you represent you or somebody in court.
Freaky Hook
This book was good, but I still had numerous questions. I guess that it takes more than one book to cover the entire legal system.
Dorizius
Another good reference book when having to deal with the judicial system. It hits right on the money when it talks about the court system and being treated wrongly because you choose to represent yourself versus paying a high priced lawyer. This is serious business and you must be ready to run with the big dogs or stay on the porch. They will eat you up if you show signs of weakness and haven't made a serious effort to defend yourself using their books and rules.
very good book , you never can be to careful, if your representing yourself, Read it!
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