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Judges who preside over family law cases will tell you: family law is different. Given the high percentage of self-represented litigants in family law cases (upwards of 90% of cases having at least o...

Ruling on Forensic Evidence in Family Law Cases

Judges who preside over family law cases will tell you: family law is different. Given the high percentage of self-represented litigants in family law cases (upwards of 90% of cases having at least o...

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...

Ruling on Forensic Evidence in Family Law Cases

Evidence in the Courtroom: Developing an “Evidence Ear”

Handling Self-Represented Litigants in Jury Trials

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