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Brad McCullough Featured in Daily Record Article on Preparing for Remote Oral Arguments

Appellate attorney Brad McCullough was interviewed for an article The Daily Record about preparing for remote oral arguments.

According to the article:

McCullough said remote arguments will present a challenge for him and for his fellow appellate advocates, who prefer to see how the judges are reacting and interacting.

“You always need to keep your eyes on everyone” during oral arguments, said McCullough, who will argue a criminal appeal before the Court of Special Appeals in May.

“You’re not talking to just one judge,” he added. “You’re just going to have fewer visual clues and it’s going to have an effect on the argument.”

Brad also added that he does not want to replicate “the stories about the TV anchors wearing shorts under their blazer” and that "the dog isn’t barking.”

You can read the full article (paywall) at "Maryland Courts, Attorneys Prepare for Remote Oral Arguments."

Brad McCullough represents businesses and individuals in a wide variety of cases in federal and state trial and appellate courts, as well as before arbitration panels and in mediation proceedings. For more information, contact him at at 301-657-0734 or jbmcullough@lerchearly.com.

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