One of the problems clients have when dealing with lawyers is that they have no idea what they are talking about. If your lawyer tells you something about your case, how do you even know it is the truth? How do you know if the lawyer is on the right path on your case? One of the best ways to check in on your lawyer is to use a sex crimes consultant. You can do this at the beginning of your case, right before trial or anytime in between. Like anything else, what you get out of the consultant depends on what you put into it. What do you want to know? What concerns do you have? Write all of this down so that you can have an intelligent conversation with your consultant.
The more information you give your consultant, the better. You should have a complete copy of your discovery (unless some documents are under protective order) and this should be forwarded to your consultant along with a punch list of items (questions and concerns) for the consultant to handle. The consultant can then provide a report to you that answers all of these items. You can then take that back to your primary attorney to discuss your case from a better position. If you need a sex crimes consultant, call us today.