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Witnesses can exhibit excessive and damaging emotional distress caused by a variety of direct and indirect factors when involved in the trial process. The resulting emotional impairment might raise questions about a witness’s integrity and cause a poor perception by the jury or decision maker(s), which can be detrimental to their performance on the stand during a legal proceeding. Clayman & Associates works with key witnesses who have demonstrated some level of difficulty that could result in harm to a court case. We utilize proprietary psychological methods that have been tested over time, to restore the witness in order to prepare them for the rigors of cross-examination. We provide compassionate, thorough intervention to rehabilitate key witnesses, so that the legal team can focus on the technical aspects of the litigation process while we help the witnesses maintain composure throughout the discovery and trial.

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