You’ve filed a motion. All the research required to effectively argue the motion is behind you. You have cases ready to cite. You’ve written and practiced your argument. You know your opponent’s strong and weak points. You feel you can persuade the judge to rule in your favor. You even know the questions the judge might ask. Except, in court, the judge asks “Who wrote that up for you?” Despite all your preparation, you didn’t see that coming at all.
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