As hustling and bustling lawyers in state district court, we generally don’t have a ton of legal writing on our plate. However, one place where careful and clean legal writing can have a huge impact is in drafting the preliminary indication following a district court judge granting your motion to suppress. On today’s episode Jake shares tips on how to effectively draft a preliminary indication in any DWI case where the judge has assigned that task to defense counsel.
Discover why you should ask the judge to allow you to draft the preliminary indication granting your motion to suppress.
Learn why you should draft the findings of fact in a neutral and bland style.
Uncover the importance of recording a motion to suppress and how to use the recording in your draft of the preliminary indication.
Hear Jake explain how the court can set a time limit on the state appealing your client’s case.
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