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Preparing for a trial is a long, complicated process. As the trial date gets closer, the work ramps up, and the final few weeks can be a scramble. But the real work of preparing a case begins far earlier on, as legal teams survey evidence, establish their theory of the case, and create their most compelling narrative.

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