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Circumstantial Evidence

Compelling Evidence

Know How to Protect Yourself

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Eliminate Guesswork!

Circumstantial "evidence" is NOT EVIDENCE ! ! !

Never forget this!

Circumstantial evidence is a reach, a guess, a supposition.

It is not fact!

It is not evidence!

It is an attempt to "prove" something without evidence!

It "supposes" stuff instead of "proving" it!

It confuses judges and juries who aren't paying attention!

Most teachings in this course apply in both civil and criminal court and both state and federal court. Some do not. Refer to the official rules in your jurisdiction. For example, Google "Florida Rules of Evidence" or "California Rules of Civil Procedure" or "Indiana Rules of Criminal Procedure", etc.

It will bury you in court if you allow it to be abused.

And, it is abused on a regular basis by unscrupulous civil lawyers and zealous criminal prosecutors anxious to "prove" their cases when they have no real evidence, no "clear facts" to present in court as genuine evidence, nothing directly in support of their positions.

They try to win by going "around the bush" so to speak, taking an indirect approach, coming at it by the back door if they can.

Judges routinely allow it to be abused ... contrary to the rules!

You must know the rules.

And you must use the rules to prevent the abuse!

This class shows how.


Winning is Easy
Know the facts you must prove.
State the facts in your pleadings.
Prove the facts with discovery.
Move the court for judgment.
This Course Shows How

  • What circumstantial evidence is not.
  • What circumstantial evidence is.
  • The history of circumstantial evidence.
  • What it smells like.
  • A real case
  • How it is used.
  • How it is abused.
  • Why it is dangerous!
  • What the rules say about it.
  • What to do when your opponent tries to use it.
  • How to clear the court record.
  • How to prepare for appeal if you lose because of it.
  • Conclusion
  • Quiz