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Okay, so the Plaintiff has answered discovery. I have so many ways to attack this thing, I almost don't know where to begin. Anyway, I'd like to know what the proper procedure is at this point. Do I get my arguments together for trial, and just present my arguments to the judge verbally, or am I required to submit some type of formal document?

For instance, the plaintiff has provided an incomplete assignment/bill of sale. Do I object to it formally and in writing before hand, or can I point out that it is a useless document and explain why at time of trial? Thanks!

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