Briefly: A User's Guide for Post-Trial Motions

By Eric Magnuson and Caroline Moos

January 18, 2022

You just finished a long and hard-fought trial. It did not come out well for your client. The judge made several rulings that you think were wrong, prejudicing your case. And the lawyer on the other side engaged in some questionable trial tactics. To top it all off, you are convinced that even when all the evidence is considered, the other side did not prove its case. What do you do next?

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