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Strategic Positioning: The Litigant and the Mandated Client

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Court allegations can be based on nothing but a perspective that criminalizes confusing behaviors. Professionals who work within the court and its related bodies often are trained to seek out, diagnose and ostracize those who cause
social upheaval by these "aberrant" behaviors. Given the power to assert and litigate these assumptions, the court and their related bodies often stifle the stories of those facing allegations of wrongdoing. In doing so,
our system effectively denies litigants a proper defense. Empowering attorneys by providing effective and strategic positioning in the telling of these stories can and often will create the foundation of an effective defense.

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