Judicial Branch Launches Series Of Educational Videos

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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A basic understanding of legal terms and courtroom procedures can be daunting for anyone who tries to get a divorce without the help of a lawyer. To help smooth the process of self-represented divorce cases, the Connecticut Judicial Branch has gone into the movie business.

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  • Trish Hayn

    You need to lead with how the average person needs to ask for an attorney when detained by police. It must be an unambiguous statement, not a question. Never speak to the police about anything but the weather without an attorney or you will learn the hard way like my husband.

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