Unemployment Hearing Tips: Hearsay Testimony
Hearsay Testimony: What is it, and how does it impact your unemployment hearing?
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In last month’s video, I talked about how to relax and concentrate when testifying at a hearing. In this video, I want to dig a little deeper and talk about hearsay testimony. The legal definition of hearsay is an out of court statement made to prove the truth of the matter asserted. Don’t worry if that doesn’t make a lot of sense. I’ve put together the following video with a real life example, so you can gain a better understanding of hearsay testimony — and how to avoid it.
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