Courtroom etiquette and behavior tips

-Don’t make faces, sighs, or sounds when your ex or his/her attorney speaks.
-Don’t speak when anyone else is speaking.
-Only speak if a lawyer or judge asks you a question.
-Listen closely to the question, answer only that question, then stop speaking.
-If opposing counsel asks you a yes or no question, answer yes or no and then stop speaking.
-Do not show anger when you are on the witness stand and being cross examined by opposing counsel.
-Bring a notepad to make notes when witnesses are testifying.

And last but not least:

-Dress nicely. What this entails could be its own post.

Can you think of any other courtroom etiquette or behavior rules?

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