Discovering Unreported Income: Procedural Approaches

In concluding his four factored approach to "Discovering Unreported Income," Marcyan stresses that the way evidence is presented matters just as much, if not more than, the evidence itself.  He encourages attorneys to paint a picture to the judge by intertwining factual and numerical evidence with "human elements" in order to "bring life to the numbers."  Judges and attorneys are no different than anyone else; they love a good story.  So, instead of presenting page after page of mind-numbing graphs and account books, he encourages attorneys to use the aid of graphic designers to present the evidence in an easy-to-understand way and to employ the use of financial experts who are able to clearly explain and defend their positions.
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