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Judges and attorneys must have an “evidence ear.” Trials are communication — using language and visual aids to elicit testimony from a witness via a question, to convince jurors or a judge of the prop...

Evidence in the Courtroom: Developing an “Evidence Ear”

Judges and attorneys must have an “evidence ear.” Trials are communication — using language and visual aids to elicit testimony from a witness via a question, to convince jurors or a judge of the prop...

Senior Judge Don R. Ash My wife, Rita, is a successful real estate agent. She tells me the key to selling a home is usually location, location, location. Over the past twenty years, I have handled several ju...

Handling Self-Represented Litigants in Jury Trials

Senior Judge Don R. Ash My wife, Rita, is a successful real estate agent. She tells me the key to selling a home is usually location, location, location. Over the past twenty years, I have handled several ju...

“Justice delayed is justice denied.”1 Backlogged cases and insufficient caseflow management undermine the timely disposition of cases and threaten public confidence in the judicial system. Strong cl...

5 Pitfalls of Poor Caseflow Management and How to Fix Them

“Justice delayed is justice denied.”1 Backlogged cases and insufficient caseflow management undermine the timely disposition of cases and threaten public confidence in the judicial system. Strong cl...

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