An overview of evidentiary terms and their application with an emphasis on common courtroom objections.
Anthony Saucelo, J.D.
Anthony Saucelo J.D. graduated from Thomas M. Cooley Law School, one of the largest law schools in the country with a prestigious faculty that included the former chief justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, graduates from Georgetown Law and Harvard Law and a professor recently named among the top 50 law professors in the country. The curriculum included over 20 separate areas of law. Anthony has worked as an instructor at Brown College of Court Reporting since 2009.
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