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Published by the Clerk's Office of the Michigan Court of Appeals, these two procedural manuals are designed to help lay people appearing in propria persona make accurate filings on appeal. One is a guide for appellants, who are the parties initiating the appeal. The other is a guide for appellees, who are responding to the appeal and issues brought by the appellants.
Copies of actual forms and documents in Word format are provided to help users with their legal or business needs. Continuously updated to reflect current state laws, Also includes a law digest, legal questions and answers, and an attorney directory. Michigan residents or Michigan library access only.
It is important to note that not all Michigan courts may accept the legal forms contained i...
Provides basic information on different aspects of federal bankruptcy laws, a basic explanation of different chapters under which a bankruptcy case may be filed and answers FAQs on the process.
Describes resources and strategies for finding legal information, with an emphasis on Michigan online and print legal materials. Written by academic, law firm, and government librarians, this publication also adresses best reference practices for non-law librarians, and discusses the difference between giving legal advice and providing legal information.
Multi-media presentation of information about the United States Supreme Court and the cases it reviews, including an audio archive of recordings made during hearings. Provides background and discussion of the legal matters at issue.
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