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The 3 dangers of relying on other people’s evidence to win your legal case

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The Honorable Anthony Reeves

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When you are relying on statements or evidence from other people, you may find yourself in a tough position if you are expecting them to provide something or testify to something if you DON’T know what they are going to say or provide.

In this video, I talk about what it means to rely on other’s evidence to support your case.

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