Reminder: GMJR is hosting a town hall in thirty minutes at the below link:
Admission free. The topic is "A View From the Bench."
I plan to ask the following question: "Is a judge annoyed by the 'kitchen sink' brief, in which a lot of issues are raised instead of only the best issues?" Many counsel feel pressured to raise issues so as to preserve them, but I wonder if this turns the judge against you. The adjudicator starts to feel as if he or she is merely beating back the various weak claims in order to finish the case.
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