Like any specialized profession, lawyers do a lot of work behind the scenes to make things happen for their clients that even their clients might not know about. The courts have them work well in advance of any in person setting to make sure that things are in place and that what's needed to be done is, so things can move forward deliberately and with the best outcome for the litigants. What you hear and see the "day of" a trial....it's been weeks, months or maybe even a year or more in the planning with briefs prepared for the courts, witness', exhibits to be presented and more. Take a listen.
It all seems so seamless when you see a court proceeding and this is why. It's preparation, planning, negotiations and execution that lead to the outcomes or even settlement before the trial takes place. This is where the importance of a highly qualified and experienced attorney like Shon comes into your favor and as she pointed out in the discussion, if you're not prepared properly to meet the rigorous demands of a trial date that's been set, you're probably not going to have the best experience and the outcome will more than likely not be in your desired list.
Like any legal matter, direct contact with an attorney is advised. Shon presents the scenario but every case is unique and if you are in need of her services, she's right here weekly explaining how it all works behind the scenes or on the courtroom floor, not sure you can be more transparent or willing to share than that. Shon is an outstanding sponsor and contributor to the Muskegon Channel and we value her segment immensely.