Compete or Non-Compete, That is the Question!
Posted by smythlawpcadmin
Posted May 2018
As promised, we will work dilligently to provide updates regarding Massachusetts law, some humor relief, and even provide shareworthy content that applies to court etiquette overall. In our research, we stumbled across this hidden gem – offering advice to BEST prepare for court. It is a good read.
Five Tips for Preparing for Your First Court Hearing | Buncher Law Group
Show up early, so you can find the courtroom on time. Show up at least 1 hour early if you need to file court papers on the day of your hearing. In that case, you will probably have to go to the central clerk’s office to file documents and then return to the courtroom. Most courthouses open by 8:00 a.m., with initial court hearings starting at 9:00 a.m.
This is just one of several checklists and “run through” scenarios we at Smyth Law PC offer our own clients when preparing for a court case. CALL TODAY to learn more.
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