I assume you have counsel to represent you. He or she knows the most about your case. You need to ask him or her. If you don't, I have to question your sanity here. Hire experienced counsel to try the cases.
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Talk to your attorney. This is not the place to get a second opinion and we're not going to second guess your attorney. If you don't have an attorney, I suggest you get one and soon.
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