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Thursday, March 22, 2007
Opinions don't count for much in court.

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Argument v. Authority

Many of you are losing your cases because you are arguing the law instead of citing written appellate court opinions that agree with you, authorities that control your trial judge!
While your opinions are important to you, they don't count for much in court.
The opinions that count in court (i.e., the ones that control your trial judge) are the written opinions of appellate courts that can reverse the decisions of your trial judge if the trial judge goes against them.
Learn how to control your trial judge by researching and drafting written memoranda that cite appellate opinions the judge cannot ignore!
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