Double spaced 4 Pages, citation page, no plagrism
1. A standard of review is a guideline the court applies in evaluating the alleged errors on appeal. The two types of error to which a standard of review must be applied are errors of fact and errors of law. Explain the difference between these two (2) types of error, and provide one (1) example of each.
2. Describe one (1) benefit and one (1) pitfall of using form books and models to assist in the preparation of pleadings and discovery.