|Title:||BASR Poll: Pretrial Discovery & Adversarial Process [USBASR1965-B1004]|
|Survey Firm:||Bureau of Applied Social Research, Columbia University|
|Study Date:||November, 1965|
|Sample:||National adults and Plantiffs, Defendants and Interpleaders|
First discovery step (7); days between filing suits (2); Rule 36 (3); oral depositions (3); number of different depositions (1); interrogatories (2); number of written interrogatories (1); Rule 31 depositions (1); Rule 35 examinations (2); Rule 34 inspections (1); discovery devices (17); both parties in case discovered (1); type of action (1); time from filing to deposition (1); case termination (1); judgment (1); deponent (1); Rule 45(d) subpoena (3); summary judgment (2); More...
Bureau of Applied Social Research, Columbia University. BASR Poll: Pretrial Discovery & Adversarial Process, Nov, 1965 [dataset]. USBASR1965-B1004. Bureau of Applied Social Research, Columbia University [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Nov-17-2018.
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