What will you do daily
The general responsibilities of a Trial Lawyer are specified below.
- To represent a client in a trial and to argue the case for them.
- To study judicial decisions and to research law relevant to the case they have taken over.
- To meet and update the client regularly and to keep them informed about the developments.
- To provide pointers in order to convince the jury and judge about the innocence of the client.
- To collect and examine all the necessary evidence in the favour of the client.
- Discuss the options and strategies with the client that needs to be adopted at the trial.
- To cross-examine witnesses, counter-argue and present the case of the client in the court.