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i am currently preparing to go to trial on a civil matter (

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i am currently preparing to go to trial on a civil matter ( breach of express/implied warranty and negligence ) the trial date has already been set by the court.

my question is do i need to prepare and submit a pretrial statement and trial stipulations? or is that optional?

AttyCBradford :

yes you need to submit them before you go to trial. It is not optional.

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Customer:

on the jury instructions is mandatory or optional to list at the bottom of the instruction the " authority " backing the instruction. either case law or just the legal statute.

AttyCBradford :

im sorry i don't understand what you are asking about? on the jury instruction....

Customer:

yes

AttyCBradford :

what are you asking about the jury instruction

AttyCBradford :

whether to use case law or the statute?

Customer:

yes

AttyCBradford :

You can choose to list both which I WOULD do

Customer:

ok thank you

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