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Litigation Skills: A Practical Guide to Judge-alone Trials will focus on the necessary steps to take when preparing for judge-alone trials: from the charge being laid, entering a plea, case review and pre-trail applications, through to the determination of the presiding Judge at the judge-alone trial.
Everyday scenarios are provided, together with tips, statements, sample documents and flow charts. The relevant legislation is also provided for ease of reference.
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Table of contents
2. The case files
3. The procedural steps
5. Meeting the client
6. Case theory
7. The first call in court and case management / case review hearings
8. Pre-trial hearings
9. Preparation for the judge-alone trial
10. Procedural steps in trial
11. No case to answer applications
12. Outcomes of judge-alone trials