You can expect what you expect when you prepare, study, and focus on the outcome. With legal matters, there is a lot of sidetracking that goes with the solicitors or lawyers who spend a lot of time generating income for themselves and don’t deal with the issues. But the whole key to a successful trial is to paint a picture that is clearly visible to the trier of fact.
Issues should be addressed as well as facts, data, and pictures. The flavour is what you can show of the character or motives of the defendant or the plaintiff. Cite specific infractions and injustices so that the intentions of the wrongdoer will be very evident covered with facts and data. Keep it interesting and short, the way that you present evidence and how well you organise it will greatly affect the outcome of the decision so stay relevant.