A couple of tips before arguing in the California Supreme Court: Don't give an impudent answer or try to sneak in evidence that's not before the court. Two attorneys, both well respected in the appellate world, recently made those mistakes during oral arguments in a case about malicious prosecution, and each time the offender was put in place -- sharply.
What Not to Do in Front of a State Supreme Court
May 16, 2007
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