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100 1  Acker, Tanya,|eauthor. 
245 10 Make your case :|bfinding your win in Civil Court|h[Hoopla
       electronic resource] /|cTanya Acker. 
250    Unabridged. 
264  1 [United States] :|bTantor Audio,|c2020. 
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511 1  Read by Mia Ellis. 
520    Millions of people end up in civil court each year. They 
       assume going to court is the next logical step in their 
       fight, but they often have little idea about how the court
       system works or what they can reasonably expect of it. 
       They make poorly informed judgments about whether court is
       the best option for solving a problem, what kind of 
       solutions it can provide, and why it proceeds in the 
       (sometimes) counterintuitive way it does. They think 
       "winning" is only about the judgment or verdict rendered 
       by judge or jury. Those "wins" are great-but if you don't 
       know what the process can exact from you or why it works 
       as it does, that blind procession to victory can end up 
       costing you your real win. In Make Your Case, Tanya Acker 
       cuts straight to the essentials, providing curated, 
       targeted information based on her extensive experience 
       regarding exactly what people want to know: what happens 
       during court proceedings and why, and how to best prepare 
       for it-or how to avoid court entirely and find a better 
       way. Be smart. Be ready. Make your case. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
650  0 Citizen suits (Civil procedure) 
650  0 Actions and defenses. 
650  0 Class actions (Civil procedure) 
650  0 Civil procedure|zUnited States. 
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