With a stenographer or typist, a person just said too much, argued one lawyer, who recommended dispensing with their services altogether. “Brevity is the best thing to rely upon if you want a verdict on your side when the matter comes up in court,” he observed. “You can’t be too brief. Say only what is necessary.”
The Cosmopolitan Shorthander (Toronto), March 1886 –
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