Blog Posts in January, 2017

  • Tip of the Week

    || 30-Jan-2017

    If you are nervous about being in court it is always ok to bring a friend for emotional support. Whether you are appearing in Family Court or a Criminal Court sometimes waiting to hear about the unknown is the most stressful part. Having a friend with you can make the stress more manageable and let you have a second pair of ears and eyes to help you understand what your lawyer is doing and what is ...
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  • Tip of the Week

    || 23-Jan-2017

    If you have phone numbers or a calendar of events in your phone that you may need while in court, print out this information. Cell phones are not allowed in the courtrooms and as such if the information is printed out you won’t have to worry about asking for permission to use a phone, which may be denied. It is always better to have the information accessible and not need it than need it and ...
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  • Tip of the Week

    || 16-Jan-2017

    Always bring a pen and paper to court. You will more than likely be writing down dates for schedules or court dates that will occur in the future. This simple measure will save money from having to call your attorney’s office and will ensure that you don’t miss your next court date.
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  • Tip of the Week

    || 9-Jan-2017

    If you are scheduled to sit in court for a prolonged period of time such as a trial bring an extra sweater or wear a suit jacket. Most courtrooms are kept on the cooler side and when you are sitting for significant periods of time without being able to move around many people get cold.
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  • Tip of the Week

    || 3-Jan-2017

    If you have retained an attorney on a criminal case always arrive early for Court. Most Judges will call privately retained attorneys before all other cases.
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