Shon Cook from Tabono Law is a master of making the legal world understandable for those of us who don't have experience in the day to day of it. Any highly specialized field requires as much practice as it does preparation and execution and to help clients be ready for what's going to happen on the stand is part of the job, but it's not without the chance to have a surprise or two pop up. This week, we're talking about how to best conduct yourself on the stand, no matter the circumstance.
It's an intimidating situation to be in. When you are called as a witness to the stand in a court, there are a lot of eyes on you. There's no getting away from it either. Even those who are well practiced at being in front of crowds and not normally feeling under any pressure...it goes up when decisions are being made. Shon says this week that there are some key factors to keep in mind about being on the stand that are standard practices anyone should employ and she offers plenty of great reasoning to help you understand why your role in what's happening is essential. There are also the factors that you may not think about in advance, like what will the other side try to get you to react differently or to try and bring out a side that could lead to an unfavorable decision. This weeks advice is thorough, practical and on point.
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