Thursday, May 11, 2006


Court Tips

I have long been contemplating a series of posts as basic tips for readers who may one day find themselves as participants in litigation. However, with having been in court 11 out of the past 14 days, time usually does not present itself.

Today, though, is a rare case where I will present a tip. If you are a litigant in a case and find your attorney carefully listening to the legal arguments of opposing counsel during her closing arguments, it usually isn't a good idea to try to speak to him or her about ancillary issues. You might want to make a note of what you have to say and show it to him or her when the other attorney is done.

Just a thought. I saw this occur at least twice today in court, and I thought it prudent to mention here.

An excellent tip which I fully second.
Great tip.

You must not be in Swann's court. All you need is a coin. Hey do ya think he might start listening to both sides now since some light has been shed on his sideshow.
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