Civil Procedure (Hornbook Series)

Gain insight into the laws governing all of the major steps in the criminal justice process, starting with investigation and ending with post-appeal collateral attacks. This text covers the major themes underlying the governing legal standards and those basic issues that the case law and literature suggest to be the most pressing. References to federal

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Gain insight into the laws governing all of the major steps in the criminal justice process, starting with investigation and ending with post-appeal collateral attacks. This text covers the major themes underlying the governing legal standards and those basic issues that the case law and literature suggest to be the most pressing. References to federal practice and procedure are provided with a discussion on the burden of complex, multi-party litigation on the judicial system.

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A. Gift For You says:

CWRU Students If you are a student at CWRU Law and have Colares as your Civ Pro professor, get this book and read it before and after class. Incredibly helpful because he loves Claremont even though the book has typos. Not sure for other law students how helpful this book is, but the visualizations are helpful.

John S. Ryan says:

Useful and reliable The “book description” above belongs to a different book: this hornbook is not part of the “Black Letter Series,” its author is not Professor Clermont, and it doesn’t come with a handy computer disk. 

Chitown Reader says:

An excellent source for information to supplement a casebook This is another in the long line of hornbooks from West publishing. It is an excellent source to supplement and even embellish the law of Civil Procedure contained in whichever casebook you are using. Since most Civil Procedure courses are a year long, I would strongly recommend investing in this hornbook, it is very handy to have when outlining and preparing for finals.

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