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February 03, 2012

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Lulaine

Selecting an expert is always a risk lawyers have to measure depending on their case, and the client's bill. In an effort to keep the bill low, some lawyers choose for the cheapest expert. That may sometimes be a bad thing because the more expensive expert might know more and that information might lead to an acquittal. It all comes down to the balance between quality and expense. Is the quality of the information good that the expense would be worth it.

Experienced Federal Appeal Attorney

the comment above is so very true...it really comes down to and educated decision and gut feeling when hiring a lawyer. good post

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