What To Do To Get The Court Process To Work In Your Favor

What Matters Most In Your Case:

Most people who learn to play chess often feel overwhelmed by the sheer variety of pieces, strategies and rules. It’s a lot to keep track of, and all of the different options often overwhelm the rookie. The court process is very similar to a chess game because of the rules and strategies that must be considered.

What most rookies don’t realize is that at any given time in the game, other than perhaps the first ten moves or so, there are only three or four pieces on the board that are in a position of influence.

Every other piece on the board is going to be in weak position or out of position altogether.

Just as in chess, in the average case that goes to court, the trick is to understand which pieces, or laws and facts have the greatest potential to have impact on the outcome.

Your Job is Simple!

There are three things you have to do:

  1. Show up to your court proceedings when asked;
  2. Give truthful testimony when you are called;
  3. Provide the court or the other side with timely information when asked.

That’s it! That’s ALL you have to do!

Choose a good attorney to strategize for you. Setting a strategy first and building the right case is essential to obtain the relief you seek. It may also save money in the long run.

If you want a good attorney on your side, Call Us Now. We will give you a FREE 30 Minute Consultation.

Just email steve@ccplawyers.com or call Us Now at (801) 322 – 8879 to schedule an appointment that works for you. We will quickly connect you with an experienced Attorney to discuss your case. In this consultation we will give a straight forward analysis of your case and direct you in the best course of action.



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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What To Do To Get The Court Process To Work In Your Favor