A trial can hinge on one simple piece of information.

All it could take for a suspect to walk free or go to jail for the rest of their lives is one single fact.

With this in mind, some lawyers will do their best to make sure that this information is buried, legally and ethically one hopes, and will never be brought up in trial.

However, for this to happen, Lawyers will still need to know this piece of information from their clients, as it otherwise could be brought up by the prosecution, effectively ending the case.

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Lawyers Explain Which Disney And Pixar Villains They Could Easily Defend In Court
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Disney and Pixar villains wreak havoc on our favorite protagonists and justice ends up being served by severe punishment–ultimately resulting in their demise.

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Lawyers Disclose The Scariest Thing A Client Has Ever Confessed To Them

Being a lawyer has got to be such a daunting challenge.

How do you keep your conscience in check?

The things you learn about humanity can be bone-chilling.

It's a special issue when you're a criminal attorney.

Sometimes you learn your client is guilty.

But you still have to do your job, even if what you know leaves you shaking in fear or disgust.

You took an oath after all.

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What would it be like to defend Thanos from the Avengers series if he were on trial? Probably pretty easy.

Would you really need to do anything since he could easily just snap the prosecution out of existence? That's a slam-dunk case right there.

Attorneys often dream of landing a big, high-profile cases. So what would it be like to defend a supervillain accused of high crimes and misdemeanors?

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Lawyers Describe The Most F***ed Up Cases They've Ever Seen In Court
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There is a reason why the TV show Law & Order has endured for 20 seasons and has spawned various spin-offs. People love court drama.

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