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Practice in front of a federal grand jury can be an intimidating process. Jenkins has two publications to help you prepare: Federal Grand Jury: A Guide to Law and Practice and Representation of Witnesses before Federal Grand Juries . Federal Grand Jury: A Guide to Law and Practice , available in...
The Library of Congress has launched a new website that offers online access to the Constitution Annotated . The Constitution Annotated provides analysis of the Constitution for Congress and the public. It outlines the Constitution in layman’s terms and uses Supreme Court caselaw and historical...
Moore's Federal Practice , the classic federal practice set, is an essential resource for any federal litigator. Professor James William Moore, the original author of this title, was involved in the federal rule making process and assisted in drafting the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. The...
The United States Supreme Court’s new electronic filing system will begin operation on November 13, 2017. Members of the Supreme Court Bar can register now . During the initial phase of the system, the official filing of documents will continue to be on paper in all cases. Parties who are...
The Presidential Inauguration is tomorrow, January 20. With the new president comes a new administrative office. Keep up-to-date with notices, proposed rules, and final rules from the executive office online at Regulations.gov . Regulations.gov is a useful tool to find and follow regulatory actions...
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