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One of the ways trial lawyers can prepare people for trial is the jury instructions where you basically look at how your client can help the jury answer the questions. Now, it doesn’t matter what level of intelligence or understanding a client is. That’s just the way a trial goes. 

The questions that the jury is going to have to answer should always be the target. This way, you can help the client focus and narrow down on the information that they can help the jury with.

In this episode, you will hear:

  • Looking at how the client can help the jury answer the questions
  • Identifying which questions should be answered
  • Recognizing what they can bring to the jury that’s unique
  • Sitting down for trial prep in-person

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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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