Immigration Court Nightmares: Bad Facts, Difficult Judges, Inconsistencies, and Unwilling Witnesses - Recording (.MP3)
We’ve all been there before. You’ve prepared and briefed your removal defense case well, then suddenly … your client drops a surprise into your direct examination, or DHS presents evidence you weren’t expecting. Now what? Do you have grounds to object? How do you handle difficulties and surprises in court? In this intermediate seminar, our panel of experts will advise on how to anticipate, minimize, and handle typical immigration court nightmares.
- Bad Facts: How to Put the Facts of Your Client’s Case in the Best Light
- Dealing with Inconsistencies Already in the Record
- Unwilling or Uncooperative Witness: Whether to Call Them to Testify, Subpoenas
- Hostile Assistant Chief Counsel and Difficult Judges
- Narrating for the Record to Prepare for Transcription and Appeal
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