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The power of a Family Court Judge – Testifying against your spouse in court and the evidence you need

San Diego Divorce and Family Law Attorney, Paul Staley, released a new YouTube video: Testifying against your spouse in court and the evidence you need

San Diego Divorce Attorney Paul Staley answers asked questions like,if your spouse cheated should you tell the judge.

Transcript of Paul’s Video

Testifying against your spouse in court and the evidence you need

When you’re involved in a divorce it’s the nature of the proceedings that the parties are going to be testifying against one another. Now, as to what evidence can be excluded? That list could get very long. A good attorney used to be very well acquainted with the California evidence code; needs to be prepared to make all the appropriate objections, and that is something –frankly– that all practitioners don’t do. And not a lot of family law practitioners get a lot of trial experience, so. Anyway there is a very, very long list of evidence they can be excluded. Most begin with the obvious: irrelevant evidence. We may have one spouse who wants to introduce evidence of the other spouse is long and torrid affair. No one cares. It’s irrelevant. It isn’t going to make any impact in the final result. So irrelevant evidence can be excluded. Hearsay evidence very often can be excluded. Example: ” Johnny told Sally who told me that the following took place”. That can be excluded. Some documents can be excluded because you can’t verify that they’re authentic, or we don’t know where they came from. Oh gosh what else can be excluded? The list is almost too long to try to list here. But I think the most important thing to know that your attorney should be very well acquainted with the appropriate objections to be made and be prepared to make them if necessary.

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