The Right Checklist Will Help You
Not only does this checklist tell you what to do, but the order in which to do it. That is key, because sequence of your trial preparation activities can have a huge impact on the end result.
Bottom line: you need this training to guide your strategizing as you plan what to present in court.
Carry Out Tasks in the Right Order
See Mistakes You Didn’t Notice Before
Capitalize on Weaknesses in Your Opponent’s Case
Focus on the Most Important Issues in Your Case
Follow the Proven Trial Preparation Tactics
This training is hands down the most bang for your buck!
You’ll be given the same tools every winning trial lawyer uses before going to court. And we’ll guide you on how to complete each task to formulate the strongest case possible.
Step-by-Step Action Item Guide
Know What You Need to Prove and Disprove
Applying the Right Law to Your Case
Works for Any Type of Court Case In Any State or Jurisdiction
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Restraining Order
- Traffic Ticket
- Small Claims
- Trial Prep Checklist Intro
- Know What Needs To Be Proved
- Know the Burden Of Proof
- Do Your Research
- List Your Witnesses
- List Your Other Evidence
- Prepare Your Witnesses
- Prepare to Undermine the Opposing Party’s Case
- Trial Prep Checklist Conclusion
Frequently Asked Questions
Will this work in my state?
Yes. The material in the course has broad application and will help you wherever your case is, in any court in the country.
Where else can I get the help I need?
We don’t know of any other resource you can go to like this one.
How long will it take me to get through the course?
You can get through it in about 15 minutes. However, you have full access to the material from the moment you purchase, so you can go through it as quickly or as slowly as you like and come back to review it later. Working on completing the handouts will also take more time. How much time it takes will depend on how much evidence and how many witnesses you have.
Will this training really help me?
Yes. It contains information and instructions you will need, but it’s up to you to apply what you learn.
How is the material in the course presented?
All the material is presented in both audio and text format. There are no videos. The reason is because we want this resource to stay cheap so that it can be made available to all. If we were to create videos, it would add to the cost…which would also put this resource out of reach of millions of people across the country.
Why are you doing this?
Millions of people who have represented themselves in court lost only because they didn’t know how to win. They should have won, and they would have won…had they known how to present their case. We don’t want that to happen to you.