References

Intro to U.S. Law

     Judges authorize court orders in order to command certain actions be taken:

All Types of Court Orders

    Request the court make a specified order via making an oral or written “motion” to the court:

All Types of Motions

     Interject with a formal statement opposing something that has occurred, or is about to occur, in court in order to seek the judge’s immediate ruling on the point:

All Types of Objections

     Get acquainted with complex legal terms we’ve neatly organized using federally-recommended law dictionaries to ensure their credibility and make them accessible:

Legal Term Definitions

Additional categories throughout this site:

Supreme Court Rulings  – neatly organized!

Civil Proceedings (Torts) – Pro Se Self-Help

Criminal Proceedings Pro Se Self-Help

Legal Precepts Adopted (from Europe) into The U.S. Constitution

§ § of Law Embedded into the Constitution Pursuant to the American Revolution

Indian Country Law

Supreme Court Rulings

Federal Rules of Procedure

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