Body Language of the Guilty

The Importance of Body Language

It is safe to say that body language represents a very significant proportion of meaning that is conveyed and interpreted between people.

  • Many body language experts and sources seem to agree that between 50-80% of all human communications are non-verbal. So while the statistics vary according to the situation, it is generally accepted that non-verbal communications are very important in how we understand each other (or fail to), especially in face-to-face and one-to-one communications, and most definitely when the communications involve an emotional or attitudinal element.FULL STORY

REMEMBER: Dishonest lawyers who don’t care about justice, only about money and getting their client OFF even if murderers, child molesters, elder abusers they’ll train their clients to lie and cheat the system. This is where the legal industry is today, they know its done but hide behind lies, unethical motives and greed

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