5 Reasons You Must Control Your Emotions in Court

November 22, 2013

During your case, the temptation will be great to react, such as when there are witnesses you think are not being truthful. This is a natural reaction when involved in a criminal proceeding given the stakes involved. However, your New Jersey criminal defense attorney will tell you that no good will come from a blatant emotional response. In fact, it can be quite bad. Listed below are the reasons why your behavior is important and can positively and negatively affect your case.


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