Quote: culpa lata said:
So, in order to "lookup case laws" I will go to the local law library, and ask
about the "transcript of the rulings" (*I don't know what I'm talking about*) of
foreclosure cases, or ask the clerk that I want to see samples of how to object
in a possible trial...something like that right?
Going to a good law library is a TERRIFIC IDEA. But there is a LOT that can be learned from online sources.
There are two prior threads that offer some specific research suggestions.
"Some Online Legal Resources for Those on a Tight Budget (or Not)" [08/01/07 at 06:43 PM]
"Online Sources of Law" [11/17/10 at 01:36 AM]
Finding and reading a good book on legal research or legal writing would also be a good idea. But you will need to balance various approachs depending upon time, resources and ability. IF YOU HAVE AN URGENT ISSUE, IT IS ALWAYS A GOOD IDEA TO CONSULT A QUALIFIED ATTORNEY. This is a good idea even if you do NOT think that the matter is urgent.
Frankly, I FORGOT that I had posted the first thread and started a new thread on roughly the same topic.
Other excellent research suggestions can be found throughout other threads.