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December 09, 2008

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FoiGuy

Too bad it's published by a libertarian type special interest group whose actions generally weaken law enforcement. Anyway, the book shouldn't be used as an alternative to traditional research tools and citations should still be Shepardized.

"A day or two before a cheduled oral argument, update your research...see whether the courts have handed down any new decisions...ensure that no pivotal cases have been overturned."

Making Your Case: The Art of Persuading Judges, by Antonin Scalia, Bryan A. Garner, page 160.

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