Finding Evidence – Part Two …

Requests for Admissions are cool tools.

A request for admissions is a list of facts your opponent is required to admit or deny within a set amount of time or have those things treated as admitted!

Requests for Admissions are POWERFUL!

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If you know how to use them tactically.

They are like leading questions! They find evidence your opponent tries to hide!

They can turn your opponent inside-out!

Use Requests for Admissions.

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Humor …

Four surgeons were taking a coffee break and were discussing their work. The first one said, “I think accountants are the easiest to operate on. Everything inside is numbered.” “I think librarians are the easiest” said the second surgeon, “When you open them up all their organs are alphabetically ordered.” The third surgeon said, “I prefer to operate on electricians. All their organs are color coded.” The fourth one said, “I like to operate on lawyers. They’re heartless, spineless, gutless, and their head and their behind are interchangeable!”


A woman and her little girl were visiting the grave of the little girl’s grandmother. On their way through the cemetery back to the car, the little girl asked, “Mommy, do they ever bury two people in the same grave?” “Of course not, dear.” replied the mother, Why would you think that? The tombstone back there said, “Here lies a lawyer an honest man.”


A lawyer died and was delivered into the devil’s hands. “You will be spending eternity here, but I’ll let you pick your own room from three I’ll show you,” the devil said. In the first room were thousands of people standing on their heads on a brick floor. “I don’t like that,” said the man. “Show me the second.” In the second room were thousands of people standing on their heads on a wood floor. “Well, that’s better than brick,” the man said, “but show me the third.” In the third, thousands of people were standing ankle-deep in a room full of maggot infested garbage, all drinking coffee. “I’ll choose this room,” he said. Into the room he went and the door slammed behind him. Immediately, the voice of a minor demon rang out, “OK, coffee break is over, back on your heads.”


Lawyer: “Doctor, before you performed the autopsy, did you check for a pulse?”
Witness: “No.”
Lawyer: “Did you check for blood pressure?”
Witness: “No.”
Lawyer: “Did you check for breathing?”
Witness: “No.”
Lawyer: “So, then it is possible that the patient was alive when you began the autopsy?”
Witness: “No.”
Lawyer: “How can you be so sure, Doctor?”
Witness: “Because his brain was sitting on my desk in a jar.”
Lawyer: “But could the patient have still been alive nevertheless?”
Witness: “Yes, it is possible that he could have been alive and practicing law somewhere.”

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