MAINTAIN THE FACTS

When a person is accused of some breach of the law, he usually employs a lawyer to defend him and prove his innocence. The lawyer's duty then is to look up the statutes which apply to the case and to search for the higher court decisions which will support his claim that his client is innocent of the accusation brought against him.

It is the lawyer's duty to gather the facts together in an orderly manner and then to present them in court with confidence and conviction. Not only does he maintain the facts, but he also needs to be alert to meet any counterclaims or arguments presented by the opposing counsel. Needless to say, he should also be an individual of high moral standards, dependable, honest, and just.

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