June 20, 2012 Articles

The Trial of the Hidden Agenda: Part II

Evidence suggesting an unstated motive is a powerful tool of persuasion.

By T. Ray Guy – June 20, 2012

We continue Part II of this article where we left off in Part I, evaluating the concept of litigation conduct guided by a hidden motive. This next case example shows that hidden motives can be ascribed to defendants no less than plaintiffs.

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