What Are The Updates To Coping With Stress During Criminal Prosecution?
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The first update is video and reading material. Coping with stress during criminal prosecution is one of our most important systems when it comes to defending any type of criminal case. We use this material for both misdemeanors and felonies. It is more difficult to use if someone is incarcerated, but family members can use it, and this reduces a lot of stress across the board. Just about everyone has a smartphone. If someone is charged with certain sex offenses relating to use of a communication device, they often have a bond condition where they cannot use an electronic device that accesses the internet. However, one of the things we often do in those cases is file a motion to change bond conditions, so that people can use a device with a monitoring program, like Net Nanny. Then, even when people are out on bond in sex offense cases, they can advantage of video. We would like to have every member of the family, especially the defendant (if out on bond) download an application called Mixture Box. Once you do that, you can take videos from YouTube and load them into categories in Mixture Box, and you can either watch the videos or you can listen to the audios or both. When people first become a client of the Cobb Criminal Defense Law Firm, they are going to get an email with a free e-book and a recommendation for audio and video material to prevent the brain from becoming overactive, which prevents people from suffering enhanced PTSD symptoms related to criminal prosecution. I recommend for clients to listen to You Have to Raise Your Standards and How to Overcome Failure by Tony Robbins, and Become More Disciplined by Jim Rohn. I also highly recommend the book The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy. When someone is going through the stress of criminal prosecution, or they have a family member who is going through the stress of criminal prosecution, having this type of material is an essential component of remaining calm. People during trials have been calmed a great deal by watching and reading this type of material on a regular basis.
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