Should I be worried that some Jurors may think I am trying to trick them?
Lawsuits are very expensive. Our firm, like most lawyers, cannot afford to accept weak or frivolous cases, let alone take these cases to trial. Today’s Jurors are very smart and not easily fooled. Any lawyer who tries to present false evidence, tries to invent a case with un-necessary medical care, or urges a client to lie risks losing a lot of money when the Jury rejects the case. A lawyer can also lose his license or be severely punished by the Court for lying, asking his or her client to lie, or making up evidence.