Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Stough International offers trial preparation. Don't count on your attorney to handle every aspect of your case. Private investigators are frequently used in trial preparation to help you win your case!
What is Trial Preparation?
Trial preparation involves gathering and preparing the raw material for a court or hearing. Trial or hearing preparation can include evidence gathering, forensic investigation, private investigations, evidence analysis, preparing witness testimony, creation of investigation reports, medical investigations, criminal investigations, and many other assets. Effective trial preparation can be essential to winning a case, so it should never be ignored.
But won't my lawyer take care of trial preparation?
Unfortunately, many people lose important court cases because they assume that their attorney will take care of all the details before a hearing or court case. The attorney's job, however, is to prepare the material at hand. If there is not enough evidence for your case your lawyer may simply not be able to prepare a strong legal argument. By taking the process of trial preparation into your own hands through the hiring of a qualified investigative professional, you can drastically improve the chances of success in court.
How do I know if I need additional trial preparation from an investigative expert?
If your attorney is not completely sure that you will win your court case, you should hire a private investigator, who may be able to uncover evidence to help you. In fact, if there is any chance that you may not get the outcome you want in court, why take the chance? Appeals and additional trials are costly and time consuming. A private investigator can help you get the proof you need for your hearing or court date.
How can a private investigator help with trial preparation?
A private investigator can help with surveillance and background checks of suspects. An investigator can help with witness interviews, evidence gathering, and can even help find missing persons. A qualified investigator can even act as an expert witness on your behalf. In short, an investigator can help your attorney get the raw material needed to win your case.