Strategic Positioning: The Litigant and the Mandated Client by Nanaymie Godfrey
Approx. 8,140 words.
Published on October 26, 2012.
Court allegations can be based on nothing but a perspective that criminalizes confusing behaviors. Court professionals often are trained to seek out, diagnose and ostracize those who cause social upheaval by these behaviors. In doing so, the court often stifles explanations of behavior. Use of effective and strategic positioning creates the foundation of an effective defense.