What are you supposed to do when the judge says one thing in one hearing, but in the very next hearing disallows you to do the very thing he/she said you could do?
What do you when a judge starts to ask the majority of the questions of the witness on the stand?
What do you do when a judge doesn't allow you to present your evidences?
A man asked these questions recently, because he feels it commonly happens in the court room. An inexperienced person may not spot these things. If you don't know how to navigate your way around the legal processes, you might not recognize it when its happening.
Most judges don't count on people representing themselves to have such knowledge, or know what to do about it and when, when these things crop up.
You're not trying to "catch the judge" or "make them pay".
No. You're just trying to make the courts play by their own rules so you can be fairly heard.
As for the evidences, that goes back to whether or not you covered your based on what is admissible and what isn't.
Each of these things has rules and behaviors that must be followed. The judges know it and the lawyers know it.
When done the right way, with respect, and using the methods taught to you in the legal course, you can know what to do if/when these thing happen to you as well --- and actually have more than one legal leg to stand on.
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