By Jenny Chapman, Julie Macfarlane
This e-book is meant to assist legislations scholars to strengthen and perform communique talents within the context of customer interviewing and counselling. The textual content covers getting ready for an interview; easy methods to use potent listening and wondering concepts; making a rapport with the buyer and giving applicable suggestion. It adopts the version of client-centred counselling which displays the lawyer/client dating of the Nineteen Nineties. mirrored image and private review are inspired by using a number of sensible examples and workouts.
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If the client senses that you are being judgmental, she may close up and be less informative. This could lead to a glossing over or dressing up of the facts, or even nondisclosure or lying, since it is important for the client to feel that the lawyer will be on his or her side, whatever the circumstances. In our multi-racial society, it is important to be aware of misinterpreting body language, which can be harder to read if one is ignorant of what is considered appropriate behaviour in other cultures.
Tell him that you will see him, in any event, after the court appearance. Section 4 of the Bail Act 1976 provides that a person to whom it applies shall be granted bail, except as provided in Sched 1. Part 1 of Sched 1 to the Bail Act 1976 (as amended) sets out the circumstances in which a person to whom s 4 applies may be refused bail (that is, arrested for an imprisonable offence): (a) the court is satisfied that there are substantial grounds for believing that, if released on bail, he would: (i) fail to surrender to custody; or (ii) commit an offence while on bail; or (iii) interfere with witnesses or otherwise obstruct the course of justice whether in relation to himself or some other person; (b) the court is satisfied that he should be kept in custody for his own protection, or if he is a juvenile, for his own welfare; (c) he is already serving a custodial sentence; (d) the court is satisfied that lack of time since the commencement of the proceedings has made it impracticable to obtain the information needed to decide properly the questions raised in (a) to (c) above; (e) he has already been bailed during the course of proceedings, and has been arrested under s 7 of the Act (arrest of absconders, etc); (f) it appears to the court that he was on bail in criminal proceedings at the date of the offence.
A general interview plan 1 Welcome the client, introduce yourself and make sure the client is comfortable (taking coat, seating, etc). 2 Create an effective working relationship by explaining the form and purpose of the interview, and costs (if appropriate at this stage). 3 Encourage the client to put forward his or her views of the problem with minimum interruption at this stage. 4 Listen to what is said and observe non-verbal communication. 5 Reflect back your understanding of what has been said.