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making your side of the case as compelling as possible

Suppose you were asked to assemble the facts in a case, which you know will eventually go before a judge, arbitrator, or other decision maker. You know exactly nothing about the eventual decision-maker. What would you do to make your side of the case as compelling as possible? How would you handle it if you had doubts about the merits of your side of the case? Use at least 200 words for your response.

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Suppose you were asked to assemble the facts in a case, which you know will eventually go before a judge, arbitrator, or other decision maker. You know exactly nothing about the eventual decision-maker. What would you do to make your side of the case as compelling as possible? How would you handle it if you had doubts about the merits of your side of the case? Use at least 200 words for your response.

To make my side of the case as compelling as possible, I would first state the law that supported my side of the case. I would list and give the contents of all federal and state laws that ...

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