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MY PERSONAL LIBRARY CONTAINS A COMPLETE SET OF THE GREEN, SOFTBACK, GENERAL STATUTES. I was fortunate to have a great friend upgrade his collection, and sell me all 28 or so books for less than $100. That was more than 10 years ago, and (with no shame whatsoever), I am an adamant highlighter and note-taker. I love the actual code books: they contain material that simply isn’t available through free, online resources, such as legislative notes, cross references, and the ability to browse by flipping pages.
BUT NEVER – EVER – NOT IN A MILLION YEARS, WOULD I APPEAR FOR TRIAL WITHOUT PRINTING A COPY OF THE ELECTRONIC STATUTE. Why? Because my hard copy General Statutes were printed in 2006; it’s now 2020! Laws have a tendency of changing over 14 year periods, and ensuring your material is the newest, freshest, sickest, dopest, latest release that the General Assembly’s dropped is critical. How embarrassing! Allowing opposing counsel the opportunity to publicly shame you, and your antiquated outdated law.
I’VE BEEN ON THE RECEIVING END OF PUBLIC HUMILIATION. Once. I’m a fast learner.
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