Tips For Making A Court Appearance
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Tips For Making A Court Appearance

LawChamps
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25 June, 2020
1.  Be prepared.  If you are required to bring documents to prove or disprove a claim (i.e. a copy of a receipt to prove you paid for parking and should not have received a parking ticket), then make sure you have them before you arrive in court. ...

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