Make A Great Impression In The Courtroom

Make A Great Impression In The Courtroom

  • Can You Withdraw A Guilty Plea?

    When you are arrested and get to the point where you need to give your plea, it is often easier to simply plead guilty. There are many reasons why someone pleads guilty, then later regrets it, from not completely remembering the series of events, to being overwhelmed by the arrest itself. If you have given a guilty plea and regret it later on, you might be able to change your plea.

  • How To Handle Late-Appearing Car Accident Injuries

    If you were in a car accident, but didn't notice your injuries right away, it is not too late to file a claim against the personal injuries you sustained. It is not uncommon to not notice all of your injuries right after the accident happens. It is important to seek medical attention right away in case you have internal bleeding, but you should also see a doctor if you don't notice back pain or neck pain until later.

  • The Importance Of Doctor-Patient Confidentiality

    Doctor-patient confidentiality is the term used to describe an agreement between a doctor and their patient. It states that the doctor may not share information about the patient, including their lab results and medical conditions, to the general public. However, there are many stipulations within this moral code and there can be some tricky legal situations that arise. If you think your doctor went against the doctor-patient confidentiality rule, here are some things to know first.

  • 3 Reasons You Always Need A Lawyer When Going Through A Divorce

    In many areas, a divorcing couple is allowed to write out their own agreement and have it filed with the court, and may not need the intervention of a judge or attorneys. While it may be tempting to try to do this if you and your spouse are separating, there are some very good reasons to think about at least consulting with an attorney throughout this process. Consider a few of those reasons here.

  • Understanding Lawsuits In Personal Injury Cases That Involve Acts Of God

    No matter your religion, you still may have to someday deal with what insurance companies like to call an "act of God." You may know the term from hearing about insurance claims in cases of wild weather or earthquakes. However, the term also applies to personal injury claims. What is an Act of God? An act of God, or force majeure, is a real legal term that usually means an act of nature that's inevitable.

  • About Me

    Make A Great Impression In The Courtroom

    Hello, I'm Phillip Kerr and I just love the legal profession and courtroom drama. Have you ever watched judge shows on TV? I know that these shows are not an accurate representation of the courtroom, but there is something you may have noticed. Some individuals come into the courtroom well-dressed, articulate, respectful and with the knowledge and documents necessary to support a case, while others come unprepared, slovenly dressed and appear as if they do not have a care in the world. How you present yourself and the knowledge that you have of the law will have an impact on how you are treated, even if you have legal representation. This blog is designed to assist those who are going to trial in doing just that.

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