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Discovery

2002

Valparaiso University

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Rediscovering Discovery: State Procedural Rules And The Level Playing Field, Seymour Moskowitz Jan 2002

Rediscovering Discovery: State Procedural Rules And The Level Playing Field, Seymour Moskowitz

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In the modern era of few trials, the pretrial process is critical to the disposition of most cases. Discovery has been a fiercely debated subject for may years. Many commentators believe that discovery has become too expensive, very time consuming, and often abusive. Others disagree, and articulate an entirely different diagnosis of the problems in our civil justice system. Regardless, the scope of discovery, and the process for undertaking it, create predictable advantages and disadvantages for many types of litigants. Although state courts dispose of the vast majority of cases in the United States, academic writings on procedural matters, particularly ...