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What to Wear: Court Edition

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In last weeks’ blog, we talked about the types of clothing that should not be worn to court. This week, we are going to discuss what you should wear to court. We know it’s a scary and unknown time and O’Donnell Law Center wants to help make your experience as stress-free as possible. By having a guide of how to dress for court, that’s one less thing you have to worry about. When you go to court, you want to present the best image you can. First impressions count. Check out our suggestions below!


Dress for Success Dress as if you are going for an important job interview. This is a great rule of thumb to follow. If you’re questioning whether or not you should wear something, then don’t wear it. You also want to feel comfortable and confident in what you are wearing.
Wear Comfortable, Fitted Clothing
Wear properly fitting clothing, don't wear anything too loose or too tight. For guys, tucking in your shirt and wearing a belt will help present the best image. Ladies, if you choose to wear…

What NOT To Wear: Court Edition

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While we may not want to think so, we are often times judged on our appearance. One place your appearance is closely looked at, is in court. Therefore, looking your best and dressing appropriately is extremely important. When you dress correctly for court, you are showing that you not only respect the courtroom, but that you are taking this matter seriously. Whether you’re in court for a traffic ticket or for a more complicated matter, it’s important to dress appropriately. O’Donnell Law Center is here for you and wants to help you get the best result possible in your case. Because of this, we have put together some information about what you shouldn’t wear to court.


Whenever you are in court, you want to present the best image you can. You only have one chance to make a great first impression. When getting ready for court, a great rule to go by is to wear your “Sunday best”, or dress as if you are going to a job interview. It’s also important to dress how you want others to perceiv…

Communication: The Foundation of a Great Relationship

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