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May 04, 2005


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Tom Lincoln

This all great, but I'm still waiting to actually make use of software such as CaseMap and TimeMap. You can download CaseMap for a free trial, and I have yet to hear anything negative about it. I think if I were to use it I would still take my binder(s) the first time around just to have a backup if things got messy, but I really want to try it. I sent all PRACDL members the review from Al Nye the Lawyer Guy on CaseMap 5.

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