Jury trials are not overly common in family law and an attorney with experience trying cases in front of juries can use this to their advantage. Fortunately, the attorneys at Walters Gilbreath, PLLC have decades of experience trying family law cases. Download our e-book and take a look at the resources below to learn more about family law jury trials and why you might request one.
Deciding whether or not to do a Jury Trial is a difficult decision many people dealing with family law matters struggle with. That's why your hosts, Jake & Brian, are here to give you an idea of what you can expect if you chose a jury trial, and to break down the pros & cons of going in front of a jury as opposed to just a judge.
Many times lawyers will attempt to discourage you from having a jury trial. Why is that? Perhaps he or she is looking out for your best interests because a jury trial would be detrimental to your case. However, what seems to be more common is that the lawyer in question is not comfortable trying a jury trial
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