Oklahoma Trial Services
Build the Winning Team Your Client Deserves
High-stakes criminal and civil cases have a rhythm and life of their own. The direction of each case can be so unique, a lone attorney can seldom anticipate every twist and turn. And the higher the stakes, the more convoluted a trial tends to become. Attorneys accustomed to winning as a solo practitioner in routine cases can be overwhelmed in high-stakes trials that require more of a team endeavor.
That is why retired judge Ken Adair launched Trial.Win as jury trial services firm. While serving as a county judge, Ken had seen attorneys walk into court with all the evidence they needed to win, yet still lose because they failed to persuade a jury. He saw plenty of attorneys who knew the law but failed to appreciate the value of a client’s unique story. So Ken decided to dedicate his legal practice to teaching experienced attorneys the fine art of persuasive storytelling. He made it his mission to turn trial underdogs into courtroom top dogs.
Added Value for Critical Cases
No matter how many cases an attorney has tried, a client can almost always realize more benefit from a dream team than from a strident lone wolf determined to individually handle every aspect of a trial. The more complex a case becomes, the more likely alone attorney will get lost in the weeds, making the age-old mistake of failing to see the forest for the trees.
From poring over minutia hidden in boxes of evidence to envisioning a trial strategy, to cross-examine witnesses, to crafting persuasive arguments, an additional set of eyes, ears, and trial experiences afford the practitioner insight that otherwise might not be recognized until after a jury returns a verdict. For your client, the additional brain-power of an experienced practitioner can help ensure you’re in the best position to win a decision in their favor because you anticipated the court’s questions sooner rather than later.
Contact Ken Adair at Trial.Win today to learn how the added value of a seasoned trial attorney can improve their chances of a favorable outcome. Call (918) 984-9359 to set up an initial consultation.
Resolve Doubt Before Trial
In any legal case – particularly in high stakes criminal or personal injury litigation – when opposing parties sit down in front of a judge, lingering questions haunt the mind of even a well-prepared trial attorney. Any of us with more than a couple of trials behind us know what it means to walk into a courtroom with unsettled questions about evidence, about witness prep for examination and cross-examination, and, eventually, that voice in the back of every attorney’s mind that wants to know “did I include everything I needed to in my closing statement?”
Preparation is the best way to get ahead of questions that can make or break a case. Yet preparedness alone won’t get you there. You can have all your evidence neatly arranged in binders and boxes, your legal arguments mentally sorted, your citations drilled into memory, but still, neglect the most important element of a winning trial strategy – narrating a persuasive story to a judge or a jury.
Put retired Judge Ken Adair’s years of experience to work for you and your client. A renowned trial attorney and former public defender, Ken will use his knowledge of what works to help refine your presentation and home in on what you need to say so a jury will hear your message loud and clear. Let Ken help you find the story jurors need to know.