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Discovery and Motions


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Discovery rules..

http://www.legis.state.wi.us/statutes/Stat0804.pdf

I have no one guide to motions, the "jurisdictionary" website is probably the best at explaining motions.

Motion simply means to MOVE THE COURT ("court" meaning judge). Moving the court is the legalease for moving the case along. Once the court is moved, the case really cannot go back to the same state it was in, because the motion moves the case to another level and another decision on what is and is not acceptable for the case and evidence being considered.

You can MOVE the court to do anything. You can make a motion to ask the court to scratch its butt, but that does not mean the court will grant such a motion, (unless the judge has an itch in his posterior.)

Motions, in a general sense, is an essential part of the due process of the case. (but only if you use them!) The judge's job is to decide the motions and move the case along. Judges want the case to move along for eventual disposition. Every motion gets it closer to that goal.

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