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Choices abound. Ecclesiastical courts! Chancery courts! Or maybe I’m getting my wish and we’re going to the Star Chamber!
Did you consent to witness against yourself? I’m looking forward to seeing how Equity plays into all this.
Equity… that’s the name of the state’s horse, right?
From what I’ve read, it’s another name for Courts at Chancery (Courts of Equity), upon which much of our legal system is based. I believe it deals with torts and civil suits (ie suing people).
Will we be analyzing the rules of procedure that forced Bill Clinton to answer questions about Monica Lewinsky?