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    I'm going through a really awful court case with one of parents.
    If I get really upset in court & start crying because I'm upset with what I hear, would the judge be sympathetic or not? Naturally I don't want to cry but I find it really difficult because I've had a few horrid years.

    I don't think it would make a difference... some people can turn on the water works when necessary!

    My friend had a panic attack because she was so stressed.

    However, he was found guilty on her part. Not her sister though as 1) she was too young so could be easily infulenced and 2) she didn't show emotion.
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