What to eat (or not to eat or drink) for Court; Super Lawyer Doug Landau’s tips and warnings [Part 7 of 7]

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As we approach the New Year,Doug Landau has one final bit of advice for preparing for Court (as opposed topreparing the case): NOTHING NEW/UNTESTED – DONOT try something new at trial ! DO not try new foods, drugs, diets, drinks, medications, etc., advisesSuper Lawyer Doug Landau.  Whetheryou’re from small town Herndon or you’re one of “The

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What to eat (or not to eat or drink) for Court; Super Lawyer Doug Landau’s tips and warnings [Part 6 of 7]

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Snacks – Watch out WHERE you eat.  In some court houses, like the Fairfax County Judicial Center, there is one cafeteria, where counsel, claimants, defendants, witnesses and JURORS often eat.  This is because there is not enough time to get to the parking lots and go “off site” to a restaurant observes Herndon trial lawyer Doug

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What to eat (or not to eat or drink) for Court; Super Lawyer Doug Landau’s tips and warnings [Part 5 of 7]

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Protein – See “Carbs”.  A chicken, turkey or tuna sandwich, has a good mix of protein and carbohydrates.  Landau Law Shop founder Doug Landau notes, ‘You will have energy, not too many carbs to make you sleepy and no “spikes” and corresponding “lulls.”’  Reflecting upon his graduate studies in Sprots Medicine, Landau notes, “Protein takes

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What to eat (or not to eat or drink) for Court; Super Lawyer Doug Landau’s tips and warnings [Part 4 of 7]

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Non-Prescription, OTCmedications and Herbal Remedies – Again warns Herndon Virginia lawyer DougLandau, “stick to your regular routine when going to court.”  IF these things help you with yourpain, disability, movement and/or functionality, then it may be OK.  DO NOT BORROW someone else’smedications, and do not try “past expiration date” medicines at this criticaltime.  If, however,

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