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Hearings

September 26th, 2013

One of the more common mistakes when dealing with any sort of legal hearing is deciding that you don't need a lawyer's assistance. Though a hearing generally may be shorter and less formal than a full trial, in many instances there are rules and procedures that only an experienced civil lawyer or criminal attorney can adequately represents your interests.


Even the most seemingly standard hearing, that might not (at first) appear to have any real consequences, can quickly turn into a legal battle that falls beyond the scope of what you prepared. Every time you step in to a court room and hear the judge call court into session, you are impressing upon that court that you have the legal knowledge and experience to be there.


The truth is, few people who aren't lawyers ( and even some who are, but lack experience) actually have the necessary familiarity with the legal system to argue successfully in front of any court or hearing.


Having an attorney present shows the court you are serious about the proceedings and, in some cases, simply having legal counsel with you can tip the scales in your favor.


So if you are scheduled for any sort of hearing and would like to increase your chances of a successful outcome, choose the Law Office of Patrick J. Cremeens to be your attorneys.

For more information about how we can help you in an upcoming hearing, or to simply find out more about our firm, contact us today!


 

 

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