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In today’s episode, we talk about focus groups to do for trial, whether that’s 30 days or 60 days before your trial date. You may also choose to do this earlier. But most of the time, there are pending motions that need to be rolled on, such as mediations that people need to get through to get to the point and for them to really speak their minds. 

Listen in to know more about the different focus groups that are geared towards trial and what each focus group entails. The whole purpose of this focus group is because you’re going to trial. Therefore, you have to put in the commitment and the legwork needed for you to get the information you need.

In this episode, you will hear:

  • What a mock trial looks like and its purpose
  • A modified approach to a mock trial or an adversarial group
  • Opening statements of the two parties and discussions based on them
  • Examples of ways to prepare for trial
  • The value of demonstrative evidence

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If you have questions or a particularly challenging client preparation, email Elizabeth directly for assistance: [email protected].

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