How To Obtain Credibility With The Court

In a court case, the judge or the jury will determine which witnesses to believe. They will also determine what evidence supports their testimony. It is essential that you not lose the credibility battle. If there is a fact that makes it hard for you to explain an outcome, the decision maker may decide against you. You need an attorney to convince the decision maker that your position is the most believable. The judge or the jury have a lot of discretion to decide what they believe and what facts are important. Even if your case is appealed it is difficult to change the outcome based your on credibility.

Building Court Credibility

The other party may try to make you look bad because of mistakes that have been made or because they can be presented in a negative light. You should always testify in a case truthfully. An attorney can help you present the facts to explain the difficult facts.

One thing the court may want to know is motive or intention. Sometimes these things can be established by circumstantial evidence. If there are facts that do not help you, there may be things you can do to overcome those. An attorney can give you ideas about how to rehabilitate yourself.

Find the right attorney who best knows the court, its subtle nuances and how to analyze and present complex legal issues. Having a trustworthy, skillful attorney to help you with your case, while also being completely honest and trustworthy with them will always be the best things you can do to get your best result.



Steve Christensen

Steve has over twenty-five years of experience as a trial and appellate attorney, thus making him one of the most experienced attorneys in his field in the state. As an attorney, Steve quickly identifies legal issues and focuses his presentation on the strengths of his client’s cases, therefore resulting in his great success as an attorney.

He has handled over 80 trials and other evidentiary hearings before judges. He has settled hundreds of cases before, during, and after a trial. Steve takes pride in relating to his clients while conveying their cases convincingly to juries and judges.

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How To Obtain Credibility With The Court