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Jurisdictionary seminar in June
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Jurisdictionary seminar in June
Objection, Your Honor!

Do you know when to object? Do you know why? Do you know how? Are you sure?
Can you afford to lose your lawsuit and then be unable to appeal?
For your own sake, please read on.

Knowing when, why, and how to object is critical to winning your lawsuit. Failure to make timely objections (and to state on the record the legal basis for your objections) is a common cause of lost lawsuits and, more importantly, the inability to successfully appeal your losses!
The way to win lawsuits is to always be preparing for appeal - which, if you do what Jurisdictionary teaches, usually means you won't have to appeal. Failure to make timely objections to the judge's errors kills your right to appeal.

You can only appeal what you object to on the record, at the time, giving the legal grounds for your objection. An appeal is not just another bite at the legal apple. All successful appeals are based on proving the judge made a significant error ... an error that was objected to at the time with an explanation of the basis for objecting. Failure to object, therefore, kills your right to appeal.

For example, suppose a witness repeats something he heard someone say outside the courtroom. The proper objection is, "Objection! Hearsay". But, if you don't object or if you fail to state that the basis for your objection is "hearsay", you cannot appeal it later. You must also know how to explain to the court that the testimony introduces "an out-of-court statement offered to prove the truth of what it says" (Jurisdictionary's explanation of what hearsay is). Either you object in a timely manner with an explanation of the basis for your objection, or you cannot appeal the judge's error in allowing the hearsay statement to come in. If you don't object, you cannot appeal.

Some other objections Jurisdictionary explains at our all-day seminars and our 4-CD lawsuit self-help course are:

* leading
* competence
* relevance
* privileged
* work product
* and many more we explain at our all-day seminars and our 4-CD course

Learn about objections, preparing for appeal, the rules of evidence, rules of procedure, and proper pleading practice at one of our all-day seminars (coming soon to a city near you) and order our 4-CD lawsuit self-help, step-by-step course "The Works!" before it's too late to learn what you need to know to WIN.

Let us show you how to protect yourself from legal abuse ... crooked lawyers and corrupt judges. Our simple, step-by-step explanations are your power to win ... with or without a lawyer!
Our next all-day seminar is in Charlotte, North Carolina on Saturday the 3rd of June from 9-5 at the Ramada Conference Center... and there's still time to sign up for the late, small-group Q&A session from 6-8 p.m. We'll be in Columbia, SC a week later on the 10th, then in Raleigh, NC on the 17th. Click the link below to see our complete seminar schedule.

Click HERE to learn more about our all-day seminars and affordable case-winning 4-CD "Lawsuit Self-Help ... Step-by-Step" course.
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