Preparing For Trial

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When preparing for a case, many lawyers assume that clients know how trials work. Clients who have never participated in a trial tend to assume that they know more than they actually do, since their experience comes from television. Unfortunately, there is a crucial distinction. Shows like Judge Judy and Judge Joe are created to provide amusement. Real court is much more formal and is directed toward exploring the relevant facts in a question-and-answer format (Examination and Cross-Examination).

This guide will provide you with the facts you'll need to know when starting the trial process.