Sunday, May 13, 2018

Preparing for Hearings or Trial: Introductory Basics

Whether you're training for the Olympics or trying to win a case in court,
winners know they must

exercise, prepare themselves, and be ready for competition.

Most court cases can be won before trial.

Our course will show you:
  • Proper pleadings.
    Asking a court to grant relief. The formal presentation of claims and defenses by parties to a lawsuit. The specific papers by which the allegations of parties to a lawsuit are presented in proper form; specifically the complaint of a plaintiff and the answer of a defendant plus any additional responses to those papers that are authorized by law.
        Pleadings frame the case and tell the court what the fight is about.
  • Evidence discovery tools.
    Any matter of fact that a party to a lawsuit offers to prove or disprove an issue in the case. A system of rules and standards that is used to determine which facts may be admitted, and to what extent a judge or jury may consider those facts, as proof of a particular issue in a lawsuit.    Evidence proves the facts alleged.
  • Motions and memoranda.
    A written or oral application made to a court or judge to obtain a ruling or order directing that some act be done in favor of the applicant. The applicant is known as the moving party, or the Movant.    Motions "move" the court to act.
  • Courtroom objections.
    A formal attestation or declaration of disapproval concerning a specific point of law or procedure during the course of a trial; a statement indicating disagreement with a judge's ruling.
    Courtroom objections put the judge on notice he will be appealed if he rules against you!

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