Georgia Court Rules and Procedure - Vol 1 & 2 State & Federal, 2012 ed.

 
9780314939746: Georgia Court Rules and Procedure - Vol 1 & 2 State & Federal, 2012 ed.
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Georgia Court Rules and Procedure - State and Federal provides comprehensive coverage of the court rules governing state and federal practice in Georgia in a time-saving format. Publishers Notes assist you in determining effective dates, constitutional validity, and other areas that may apply to your research. Volume I (State) includes: Rules of the Supreme Court of Georgia Rules of the Court of Appeals of the State of Georgia Rules for the Superior Courts Sentence Review Panel of Georgia Alternative Dispute Resolution Rules Uniform Rules for Dispute Resolution Programs Requirements for Qualification and Training of Neutrals Uniform Superior Court Rules Uniform State Court Rules Uniform Rules for the Juvenile Courts Uniform Probate Court Rules Uniform Magistrate Court Rules Rules of the Judicial Qualifications Commission Volume II (Federal) includes: Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Rules of Evidence Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure Rules of the Judicial Panel on Multi-district Litigation

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