Citing evidence is essential for every case that you go to court on. You will need to use an Evidence Worksheet to keep all of your written evidence organized and free from errors.
You must always create a Citable Document. These documents should be eye-catching and will help portray what happened in the event you are facing charges. A Citable Document is the last thing that you want to see at trial, so make sure that you keep them short and simple. Use bullet points when writing the written document as they are easy to read and understand.
An evidence sheet is used to keep track of what is said during a conversation. Make sure that you keep all of your evidence in this paper. This will help you organize all of your statements, questions, and testimony.
You should use a witness statement form for every witness that you are going to call. You should write down your names on the witness statement form. This will allow the other lawyers to match it up with the witness’s form. You can use an outline when you write your witness statement form, but most of the time you will be able to just put the witness’s name and date of birth right there on the form.
Your testimony is your weapon in the event that you are facing charges. You must use this testimony to tell the jury exactly what happened in the incident that you are in trouble for. Keep your testimony short and to the point. Use bullet points where appropriate.
Testimony can be documented by looking at it every day for two weeks and then marking out what was said. It may take a couple weeks to do this, but this will help you keep your evidence organized and you will find that you have organized your statements more quickly and easier than ever before.
If you find that you are looking for facts that you cannot remember to keep track of then it may be best to use an Evidence Worksheet. Using the Worksheet will allow you to quickly gather your facts. You can use the Worksheet and cross reference any facts that you cannot remember.
By creating a Citing Evidence Worksheet you will be able to keep track of what is said during a conversation. A Worksheet will help you organize your statements and memories, which will allow you to keep track of what was said and any evidence that you may have.