While the job of a motion is to persuade a judge to rule in your favor on a single issue, the purpose of writing a pleading is to make allegations of fact clear to both the court and the opposing party. Following these writing tips, will help you make those points more effectively.
Litigation documents are not the first thing the average person thinks about when they hear the term “legal documents”. Wills, deeds, powers of attorney, tax forms, come to mind first. These are legal documents, but they’re not for the purposes of litigation.
Litigation documents are less formulaic and more intimidating than these. Their purpose is to move a lawsuit along. In that sense, they’re more powerful than documents written on pre-printed forms.
Remember that time you doubled down on crazy? Ben Golden will never forget it. He’s the California Uber passenger who got drunk, hired a ride, forgot his address, got dropped off early, then beat his driver on video. Now he’s suing his victim for sharing the video. That’s crazy squared.