Category Archives: Evidence

Making Your Case Understood: The Basics of Neuro-Linguistic Programming

If the judge or jury doesn't understand your case then the likelihood is that you will lose or not get the full amount of damages. Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) can help jurors absorb new information.

Representing Yourself in Court

Most people come to this website because they have been sued or want to sue somebody and don't have the money for a lawyer. Representing yourself is not something that everyone should attempt.

How to Get and Prepare Evidence for Your Case

The best place to start accumulating evidence is through the use of discovery. Interrogatories, requests for production, and requests for admission sent to the other party will often provide all of the evidence necessary to win a case.

What is Hearsay

The concept of hearsay is extremely easy if you understand it and extremely difficult if you do not. We cover it in a lot more detail in our book, The Guerrilla Guide to Trial Objections, but we still wanted to

Now Available – The Guerrilla Guide to Trial Objections

Evidence is one of the hardest subjects for a pro se litigant to grasp and so we did this book in a slightly different format. What we've done is listed out the most common objections a litigant can expect to either

A Tip on Admitting Evidence for Trial

Evidence is one of, if not the, most difficult topics for a pro se litigant to grasp. Every day I look on the internet and see people ranting about wanting to recuse their judge because they wouldn't allow them to