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War of Words

Law is nothing but words.

Your words in court must communicate precisely.

Your words must be unambiguous, straightforward, concise.

Your words must be effective to do what needs doing.

You must write your words so they do what you need them to.

You might think (from TV and movies about courtroom drama) that cases turn only on what gets spoken in the courtroom.

Dead wrong!

It's only written words in the record that decide the outcome.

Pleadings, motions, discovery requests, memoranda, notices, and what the court stenographer writes down from spoken words that have any effect on the outcome.

Live testimony of witnesses at trial, hearings, or depositions that don't get written down by a court stenographer are nothing!

The key to winning is "making a record for appeal" so you don't have to appeal or, if you must appeal, so the appellate court can see what's written in the record, read it, and consider what it says in reaching its decisions.

The appellate court cannot consider what isn't written!

Sloppy writing, like sloppy ball-handling in sports, loses in court!

Know how to be a "good legal writer" so you can win!

Use this case-winning procedure course to win your case!

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