Should you communicate anger in trial?
The answer is a bit complicated.
Anger is a natural emotion, but it's also what I call a "cover-up" emotion.
There are three reasons you need to be careful when it comes to anger at trial.
Give this episode a listen to learn what they are.
If you liked this episode topic, check out these others:
- Episode #113 – How to Begin Building Your Inner Resources
- Episode #17: Forget About Building Trust with Jurors. What You Need is Permission.
- Episode #107 – The Problem with the Word “Humble”
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