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Why You Want Learn Courtroom Objections

Lawsuits are funny animals. Nothing happens in the court until someone asks it by way of motion. Usually when a motion submitted someone objects to it. When someone complains to the judge he does in the form of an objection.

When you learn how to do objections the right way you will be able to make objections the judge will listen to and that will control the opposition the way you want.

Failure to make objections timely or in the wrong way and there is a very good chance you could needlessly lose your case. You can rest assured the other side will be using every dirty trick in the book to get the judge to rule in their favor.

Don't become shark bait for some unscrupulous pettifogger attorney because you do not know how to object to his shenanigans.

These shysters are taught in day one of law school to intentionally break the rules and push the limits to get what they want. The question is, will you allow them to get away with it or learn how to push back and make them follow the rules of court.

If you do not object to the other sides antics the judge will have no option but to allow it. Learn how to timely object and at the same time you will learn how to control the court and the opposition.

If you fail to object timely you allow the court to slip up and possibly prevent being able to appeal your case to the appellate court. The appellate court will only hear issues raised in the lower court and objections made. If you do not object those errors cannot usually be ruled on at the higher court.

The reality of this show is if you do not object you cannot appeal if you lose.

If however on the other hand you make those objections and do them properly you can take up the issue with the appellate court to see if the loser court made a mistake and reverse the lower courts ruling, send it back for another go at it.

Listen up. The key to winning in court is to know the rules. The Rules of Procedure and Rules of Evidence. These are easier to learn than the rules of a hockey game. If you learn what these rules are, usually less than about fifty pages, you can hold the court to task and make them behave and follow their own rules.

Know how to use these rules and win. Learn these rules and control rogue judges and unconscionable opponents.

Do not be one of those shirtsleeve people who are always yelling about your rights but know nothing about how to enforce them. The rules are there for every one and to keep the field of play even as much as can be.

However, the opposition is not there to play fair, nor is he after justice. He is there to win at all costs. You can save yourself thousands of dollars if you learn to use Rules of Procedure and Rules of Evidence just by knowing what to do if you have an attorney.

To not be passive when it comes to your rights. They are your rights and no one will protect them or fight for them like you will. Learn how to enforce your rights the right way.

You could be sued at any time, by anyone. You have the right to sue anyone. You have the right to defend yourself any time someone sues you. You have a right to know the rules and apply them to your advantage.

It is up to you to learn the rules and use them to your advantage. The rules are for everyone, but not everyone knows the rules. He knows the rules can control corrupt and crooked judges and crooked attorneys.

A wise man once said, "The law if friendly, if you know how to use it." Protect yourself from crooked attorneys and corrupt rogue judges by knowing how they are suppose to behave in court. Otherwise you are just cannon fodder.

Think about this. Lawyers and judges maybe know a bit of procedure. They do not learn how to win in law school. They are not taught how to use rules of evidence or the rules of procedure. They are taught theory by someone who never practiced law.

If you think about it, if those professors were any good at what they are teaching they would be out in the world engaged in the practice of law, not teaching theory in some law school for pennies on the dollar. They could make many thousands of dollars more in a law firm than they can in some classroom.

Do your do diligence and learn what is not taught in law school and then let them underestimate who you are. learn how to defend your rights by knowing the rules of court. There is power in knowledge, if you use it correctly.

Learn the rules, learn to object timely and correctly and control the courts and win.

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