The secret to finding your footing in court is a solid litigation strategy. Not only does it give you a roadmap to victory, it forces you to analyze your strengths in the case and your opponent’s weaknesses. It also guides your legal research throughout the case and prepares you to make a good showing in front of a judge. The most important thing is to ask the right questions about your case. Here are some questions to get you started.
It’s not hard to find advice on how to dress for court. It boils down to dressing conservatively to make sure your clothing doesn’t detract from your presentation. But little of that advice takes real advantage of judicial bias against pro se litigants. Of course, most courts have a dress code. The Slidell (Louisiana) city court is typical. You […]