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Did you know an attorney can sometimes have your case dismissed without even going to court?

Attorneys are opposed to conflicts of interest and are bound to the highest degree of loyalty to you, their client.

Generally, the attorney-client privilege applies when a client (actual or prospective) communicates with a lawyer regarding legal advice.

Attorneys are highly educated professionals and officers of the court who are bound by an ethical code and maintain legal privilege.

Attorneys are trained to interpret complicated systems of laws and navigate the court system.

Attorneys will give you advice, proactively work for your interests, and anticipate problems that you may not see coming.

A big part of an attorney’s job is to select jurors, argue motions, meet with judges and question witnesses.

Attorneys gather evidence to formulate defense or to initiate legal actions.

Before going to trial, an attorney will develop strategies and arguments in preparation of the case.

In court, attorneys present and summarize cases to judges and juries.
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