Evidence is “PROOF” and evidence is crucial to any court case. Without evidence to support your statements in support of your claim or allegations against the other party, a judge may not believe you. While many people bring documents, pictures, or people to court to support their claims or allegations, it can be confusing and very frustrating when the judge refuses to listen to your “PROOF”.
You agonized over your hearing for hours; what documents should you bring, who should you ask to come and speak, what letters should you gather, what recordings can you take? You may have even done research on courtroom presentation and even wrote a statement. You believed there is no way you could possibly lose because of your PROOF. Then, with one slam of the gavel, the judge makes it clear you do not have the right or enough PROOF.