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Stand Your Ground and Self Defense in Florida by Charnele Tate: Secondary Sources

What are Secondary Sources?

Secondary Sources: 

Legal Encyclopedias are works that attempt to describe systematically the entire body of legal doctrine.  

Texts and Treatises legal scholars and practitioners have written thousands of tests and treatises addressing topics of substantive and procedural law. 

Restatements of the Law commentaries on American law by reporters and advisors who are respected scholars and jurists. 

 Law Reviews a form of scholarly publication usually edited by law students rather than established scholars, and serves as an educational tool for its editors as well as a forum for discussion of legal developments and theories. 


Source: Legal Research in A Nutshell 10th Edition by Cohen and Olson

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