Category Archives: Discovery
Most people come to this website because they have been sued or want to sue somebody and don't have the money for a lawyer. Representing yourself is not something that everyone should attempt.
If you are pro se (aka pro per or representing yourself) then you need every advantage you can get. One of these is to catch them other side when they aren't at the top of their form. If you are
The real problem with representing yourself against a debt collector, in a divorce, or any other lawsuit is that you don't have as much knowledge as you need. You will never know as much about the law as a lawyer
Interrogatories are probably the most basic form of discovery, although some would argue that is actually the mandated disclosures, and they are the source for determining what evidence exists and what you can expect in trial. What are Interrogatories? In
Although the rule number controlling Requests for Production will vary according to the jurisdiction all states and the federal system allow for their use, although some small claims courts do not allow for any discovery. Requests for Production are the
Sometimes those of us who spent a long time in the legal industry forget that not everyone understands all of the legal-ese that gets thrown around so I thought it might be a good idea to do an article every
A friend passed along this issue and asked us to write an entry on it since it is pretty common in lawsuits, but might be one of those issues that a person representing themselves pro se would not know. Discovery