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Moot Court

Trial is the most important step in a lawsuit. Many parties participate in the trial for the first time, often because they don't know the trial procedure and the logic of the judge's questioning. Jiali lawyers have rich practical experience. Through the analysis of 1000 + cases, 95% of court questioning is summarized. One week before the opening of the court, the sponsoring counsel will provide "one-to-one" individual counseling for the parties, explain the process and order of the court for the parties, analyze the strategies of the other party, and simulate the questioning of the judges, preview the unexpected events of the court trial, and help the parties calmly meet all the challenges of the court trial.


  • 1. What about tense court sessions?

    In everyday life, people have less contact with litigation. It is normal for them to be nervous before the court session. The reason for the nervousness is usually because they do not understand the court hearing. Our pre-trial counseling Council can give you a general understanding of the trial process by telling you about the trial procedure, simulating the judge's questioning, and rehearsing the trial process, so that you have a good understanding of the trial, and the tension will naturally be effectively alleviated.

  • 2. What questions will the trial judge ask me?

    Judges ask questions in court with inherent legal logic. Usually they ask legal facts related to case decisions. During pre-court counseling, we will summarize common questions that judges will ask from thousands of cases, sort out the internal logic of cases, and help you quickly clarify the primary and secondary and grasp the key legal facts.

  • 3. What evidence should I submit in court?

    The judge will make the plaintiff and the defendant give evidence separately and the other party cross-examine the evidence. Evidence should be prepared before the court. What can be used as evidence, what evidence should be submitted, when, in what form, what is the purpose of proof, and so on, these lawyers will be meticulous according to the needs of the case and the litigation strategy. Prepare, in the pre-court counseling will be in advance and you will be combed one by one analysis.

  • 4. Is the trial like that on TV?

    Many people will ask whether the trial is like the one in Hong Kong TV series. Judges can walk around with wigs and lawyers to ask questions. The trial procedure in mainland China is different from that in Hong Kong TV series. Judges wear robes but can't wear wigs. Lawyers can't walk around and ask questions freely during the trial. There are strict procedures and rules for the trial. We will specially deal with them during the pre-trial counseling. Process specifications and matters needing attention are analyzed.

  • 5. What if you get angry when you see each other?

    Both parties are in litigation, it is normal to see the other party's emotions, but impulsive anger is not helpful to solve the problem. Now that we have come to the litigation procedure, we should try to keep calm and objective to deal with the problem, according to the litigation strategy formulated with the lawyer to deal with and seize the key issues properly.

  • 6. How to answer the judge's questions?

    Judges'questions usually have inherent logic and purpose, and should be answered truthfully. However, there are some skills in the way of expression, tone and attitude. Proper use of these skills can help judges better understand the facts of the case and also help them better safeguard their legitimate rights and interests.

  • 7. Are there any dress requirements?

    When appearing in court, it is suggested to dress as simply and appropriately as possible. Ladies can make up lightly but not heavily. Don't distract judges'attention by too much makeup and accessories, and avoid unnecessary misunderstandings and prejudices caused by image problems.

  • 8. What should we pay attention to in court?

    Every word and deed in the court will be recorded on the record, and there is usually a video archive of the trial. Therefore, we need to pay special attention to words and deeds, observe the trial procedure, and accurately grasp the judge's trial tendency, and properly deal with the variables in the trial. Different cases in the court should pay attention to different matters, lawyers in the pre-court counseling will be based on your specific case, appeals, evidence and other one-to-one analysis and guidance.