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  • Legalbear
    Of course, in chess according to the rules, each piece moves in particular ways. In law, each rule provides for different motions or other papers that can be
    Message 1 of 1 , May 13, 2007
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      Of course, in chess according to the rules, each piece moves in particular ways.

      In law, each rule provides for different motions or other papers that can be used for particular legal maneuvers.

       

      In chess, each piece’s characteristics give them advantages depending upon the situation.

      In law, the pleadings, motions and other papers have different advantages depending upon the situation.

       

      In chess, players often master the use of particular pieces better than they do others.

      In law, parties will master the use of certain legal maneuvers better than they do others.

       

      In chess, the pieces may be moved in such a way as to conceal the movant’s true intentions.

      In law, papers can be filed, or questions can be asked, that conceal the party’s true intentions of exposing a deception or the truth.

       

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