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Discovery: Interviewing and Investigation (3rd Edition)

by Michael A. Pener

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0929563433, Paperback)

This is one of the most thorough and comprehensive explorations of factual research—its gathering and preliminary processing in the legal setting. In addition to chapters on how to use critical sources of information, Pener includes unique concepts on communication techniques and their significant psychosocial aspects. Discovery in Today's Law Practice. The Nature of Evidence and Its Place in Discovery. Legal Theories and Fact Analysis. Identification of Parties, Entities, and Property Interests. Communication Techniques. Client Communications. Investigating the Case: Witnesses. Investigating the Case: Documentary and Physical Evidence. Investigating the Case: Public and Private Records. Sources of Information. Service of Summons and Complaint and Subpoenas. For Paralegals.

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