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Works under MDS 347.75
- Injustice: Life and Death in the Courtrooms of America by Clive Stafford Smith
- Injustice by Clive Stafford Smith
- Reports of cases argued and determined in the Court of Appeals of Virginia by Bushrod Washington
- Notary Public Guidebook for North Carolina, 10th ed. by Charles Szypszak
- Examining witnesses by Michael E. Tigar
- Disorder In The Court! by Bob Terrell
- The Trial Lawyer: What It Takes To Win by David Berg
- Henry Frye: North Carolina's First African American Chief Justice by Howard E. Covington
- A Most Disorderly Court: Scandal and Reform in the Florida Judiciary by MARTIN A. DYCKMAN
- The Southern Judicial Tradition: State Judges and Sectional Distinctiveness, 1790-1890 (Studies in the Legal History of the South) by Timothy S. Huebner
- Proceedings in the Court of Vice-Admiralty of Virginia, 1698-1775 by Virginia
- The Supreme Court of Florida : a journey toward justice, 1972-1987 by Neil Skene
- The Supreme Court of Florida, 1917-1972 (Prepared for the Florida Supreme Court Historical Society) by Walter W. Manley
- On trial : advocacy skills, law and practice, 2nd ed. by Geoffrey Adair
- Littlejohn's South Carolina Judicial History by Bruce Littlejohn
- The Innocence Commission: Preventing Wrongful Convictions and Restoring the Criminal Justice System by Jon B. Gould
- The centennial history of the Court of Appeals of Georgia, 1906-2006 by Charles Adams, Jr.
- The District of Columbia practice manual
- Wake County, North Carolina, County Court minutes by North Carolina.
- Florida Courts (5th Edition) by Carol M. Bast
- Madam Chief Justice: Jean Hoefer Toal of South Carolina by William Lewis Burke
- County Courts and Provincial Court in Maryland 1733-1763 by C. Ashley Ellefson
- BENCHED: JUDGE RUFE McCOMBS by Rufe McCombs
- Georgia Appellate Practice : with Forms by Christopher J. McFadden
- Notary Public Guidebook for North Carolina - 8th edition by William A. Campbell
- Maryland Rules Commentary, 4th ed. by Paul V. Niemeyer
- Alternative dispute resolution in North Carolina : a new civil procedure by Jacqueline R. Clare
- The Supreme Court of Florida and its predecessor courts, 1821-1917 by Walter W. Manley
- Hugonis GrotI Mare liberum : sive, De iure quod Batavis competit ad Indicana commercia dissertatio by Hugo Grotius
- The Law of Evidence in Virginia by Charles E. Friend
- The Florida Notary Law Primer by National Notary Association
- English Navigation Laws by Lawrence A. Harper
- Justice in Colonial Virginia by Oliver Perry Chitwood
- The Virginia Supreme Court : an institutional and political analysis by Thomas R. Morris
- Maryland trial judges' benchbook
- Maryland civil jury instructions and commentary by Rosalyn B Bell
- Alternative dispute resolution in North Carolina : a new civil procedure
- Trial handbook for Maryland lawyers (Maryland practice library) by Jacob A. Stein
- Georgia civil practice by Hardy Gregory, Jr.
- Voir dire and summation : the law and the practice : maximizing damages, minimizing damages by Thomas William Malone
- The Court Of Appeals Of Maryland, A History: A History by Carroll T. Bond
- Trial handbook for Georgia lawyers by Ronald L. Carlson
- The varied life of the self-informing jury : Selden Society lecture delivered in the Old Hall of Lincoln's Inn, July 19th, 2004 by James Oldham
- Arbitrating High Stakes Cases: An Evaluation of Court Annexed Arbitration in a United States District Court (Rand Corporation//Rand Report) by E.Allan Lind
- Bernan's Case Summary: Jury Instructions (Bernan's Case Summaries)
- Alternative Dispute Resolution in Civil Justice Systems (American Legal Institutions) by Roger E. Hartley
- Debtors and creditors : a socio-legal perspective by Iain D. C. Ramsay
- Bernan's Case Summaries: Maryland Damages (Bernan's Case Summaries)
- A New and Complete North Carolina Form-Book: Containing Forms of All Those Legal Instruments Which the People Have Occasion to Use, and Furnishing Also a Guide to Justices of the Peace, Sheriffs, Clerks, Constables, Coroners, School-Committees, &c., Compiled from the Best Sources, Being an Improvement on All Works of the Kind Formerly in Use, and Intended as a Companion to Cantwell's N.C. Justice, to Which Are Added the Constitution of North Carolina and of the United States, an Account of the Principal Off by Calvin Henderson Wiley
- Copyright in the new digital environment by Irini A. Stamatoudi
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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