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One juror crosses her arms -– she’s having a difficult time believing the witness’s testimony. Another juror taps his foot –- he’s bored. A red necktie looks too aggressive and intimidates the jury panel. Eyeglasses improve how intelligent you sound to the jurors. Navy blue looks trustworthy.
CHARLESTON — From the moment a case is placed on a judge’s docket, an attorney may begin to think about how the judge might affect the outcome of the case.
CHARLESTON — Lawyers spend years honing their skills as advocates for their clients. With each filing, brief, motion, argument, and trial, lawyers practice the best way to tell a client’s story in mediation, before the bench and in front of a jury. Read More