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Posted over 1 year ago.

Thanks so much for all your help. I seriously don't think he caught the admission of dwi conviction in 1990, I know I asked you earlier about preparing all my notes and presenting it to him and I get your response, but I'm glad I reviewed the case so carefully that I found that...I think it's pretty important that it be kept out of trial. Like I said, there's technicalities, and I think he's more focusedon those, however with the judge I'm facing I hope he knows better than to rely on those.

How long do you typically take to prepare for a jury trial? Maybe he's waiting until Monday to do his???

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Posted over 1 year ago.

sorry, replied to the wrong thread.

Evan Edward Pierce-Jones
Evan Edward Pierce-Jones, Criminal Defense Attorney - San Angelo, TX
Posted over 1 year ago.

I have tried many jury trials. Preparation takes the time it takes. Some lawyers say an attorney is never really prepared for trial. If you lack confidence in your lawyer you need to discuss the questions you have with your lawyer.