Our expert says:
GOod luck, and we hope all goes well in court. Most of the tranquillizers prescribed have a really rapid impact ; be cautious, as they're a bit like alcohol, and can make you a bit drunk and they're sedative so they can make you drowsy ( snoring in court isn't very helpful !). Start taking them tomorrow or at least Thursday, so you are at least a bit used to them before the big day, rather than be wondering how they might afect you, then.
Nobody looks forward to going to court, even when they're in the right, but the procedure is supposed to help both of you. If you are being represented by a lawyer, make sure to meet with him beforehand, so he can explain procedures and what will and won't happen, and what you need to do, so you can feel less worried about it all.
And it's likely to fel a great relief, when it's all over. Rather like after an exam.
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