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Courtroom Objections


Prisoner Waiting on Judge

Preserving Your Right to Appeal

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Not all judges follow the law.

Some think they are the law.

A few are outright tyrants!

They'll do what they please ... if you let them.

That's why you must make proper and timely objections.

By making proper and timely objections you preserve the judge's errors so you can show the appellate court, if the judge makes you appeal by ruling against you!

This class shows you how to use objections to force the judge to obey the law.

If you don't object when and how this class explains, you cannot hope to win. The judge will just rule however the judge wants to, knowing you cannot turn things around on appeal ... because you did not preserve your record for appeal by objecting when and how you should have objected.

You will learn how to make objections that preserve the record for appeal.

You will put the judge on notice that you are prepared to appeal.

And, the judge will be much more likely to rule in your favor!

This class will give you is essential legal know-how!

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