In court, knowing how to make obvious to the judge the logical structural correctness of your arguments and the probative relevancy of your evidence is fundamental to success. And being able to demonstrate the logical weaknesses of opposing counsel’s line of reasoning is also essential as well. A very intuitive, universal, simple, and yet, rigorous template of logical reasoning makes this easy to learn in just a short amount of time. Only common sense is required. And then you just fill in the blanks.
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