The Law Dictionary explains that writing a legal statement involves documenting the facts and judicial principles that are at issue in a legal case. Legal statements are written by both sides in a dispute and designed to... More »

When writing a legal declaration, an individual must provide the case name and number, and a detailed witness testimony with specific details about the event or individual in question. A legal declaration must include a ... More »

Write an opposition to a motion by detailing factual inaccuracies, disputing legal precedents, adding excluded information and pointing out incorrect applications of law, explains the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada.... More »

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It is possible to petition the government by writing a statement regarding your stance on an issue, collecting signatures, and mailing it to the office that most closely deals with issues pertaining to your case, states ... More »

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To brief a case using the IRAC method, one must include sections that describe the issue and the rule, a section for the application of the rule to the issue and a conclusion, says Law School Survival. These sections do ... More »

Reliable legal definitions are available from online law research databases such as Black's Law Dictionary and from trusted law school resources. Wex, Cornell's law database, partners with the Legal Information Institute... More »

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A legal opinion is typically written by following a format that consists of six sections, explains The Law Dictionary. The first section is the heading that includes a one-line case descriptor. The next five sections are... More »