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The Complete Idiot's Guide® To Lawsuits by Victoria E. Green

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Chapter 12
The Trial Itself
In This Chapter
• How real life is different from TV
• How to behave and what to wear
• What not to bring with you
• The layout of the courtroom
• How the trial is run
If you’ve gotten to the point of actually having the trial, it means you haven’t been able to come to an agreement with the other side. By now, you should have gotten everything you need in terms of information from the other side through the discovery process. If you have an attorney, he should be able to anticipate just about everything that may come up, based on what was found during discovery. There may still be surprises, but for the most part, the trial ought to feel somewhat anticlimactic. Nothing really new (except for surprises) will ...

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