I'm researching court or trial procedure. Where do I start?
The Law Library of Congress often receives requests for assistance with questions about trial preparation, e.g., discovery, witness preparation, or court rules and procedures. We have published an online research guide—geared towards the pro se (self-represented) litigant—to resources pertaining to trial preparation. Researchers can visit Trial Preparation: A Beginner’s Guide to start their research.
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