Showing up prepared to your meeting with your lawyer is always a good idea. it will allow you get the questions you may have answered and put you in a position to answer any questions your lawyer may have for you. You should bring with you all documents that are relevant to your situation (these include any documents you have received from the police or the prosecutor as well as any photos or other documents you may have). It is advised that you complete a written chronology (or diary) or timelines and events as well as your involvement in the matter. Make sure to label any documents written by you by clearly marking at the top, “FOR MY LAWYER, CONFIDENTIAL”. We advise that you do not discuss your case, or share your documents with anyone until you have met with your lawyer.
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