In Power Book II: Ghost, Method Man plays Davis MacLea, Tasha and later Tariq and the Tejada’s lawyer who looks to win at all costs. In the upcoming drama sequel, MacLea clashes with Wallace over whether or not to pursue his own clients or those of his former firm, but eventually learns to trust his client’s judgment and play within the system instead of trying to take shortcuts. Lawyer Davis MacLea Looks to Win at All Costs in Power Book II: Ghost
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Method Man stars as lawyer Davis MacLean in Power Book II: Ghost. A man who looks to win at all costs, he’ll stop at nothing to get what he wants. He’s representing Tasha and later Tariq in the Tejada trial, and he’s determined to get them both off – even if it means breaking the law. In a scene with Angelica, played by Lili Taylor, they discuss how they’re going to go about getting their clients off scot-free. In another scene with Teri (played by Naturi Naughton), she informs him that she has a recording of Alex ordering the murder of Gabriela which he will use against her in court. His plan is to use it against her and then destroy the evidence before she can do anything about it. I’m not interested in winning for its own sake, he tells his secretary Fauna (played by Khadi Anthony). I want victory.
Impressing Colleagues with Results
Method Man stars as lawyer Davis MacLean in Power Book II: Ghost. Throughout the show, Davis looks to win at all costs, no matter who he has to step on to get there. His colleagues are often impressed with his results, but it’s clear that he’s not always playing fair. In the end, though, Davis always gets what he wants.
As Tariq and Tasha’s lawyer, he gets them out of jail by revealing they were tortured while they were behind bars. And even when Carlotta accuses him of being a traitor to the bar association because he violated attorney-client privilege by recording a conversation between her and her client, she comes back around and offers him a deal because she knows she can’t win without him.
Preparing for Closing Arguments
As a lawyer, Davis MacLean knows the importance of preparing for closing arguments. He will do whatever it takes to make sure he is ready, including working with Tasha and Tariq. He knows that if he can win this case, it will be a huge victory for him and his career. He also knows that it won’t be easy and he will have to get creative. Davis has already been thinking about potential ways of winning against Tariq, but now he needs to think bigger.
It might seem like an unfair advantage when you know your opponent’s strategy before they use it, but Davis thinks differently than most people. His work is never done until there’s no more work left to do so by any means necessary, he’ll find a way to win against anyone who stands in his way.
The Road to Victory Begins
For lawyer Davis MacLean, winning is everything. And he’ll do whatever it takes to make sure his clients come out on top – even if it means breaking the law. After all, what’s the harm in bending the rules a little bit if it means getting what you want? In this new book of power, Lawyer Davis MacLean proves that sometimes it pays to take matters into your own hands and cut corners. With no fear of consequence, MacLean will fight for justice against the bad guys and pave his way up the success ladder one case at a time.
Breaking Down Emotions during Testimony
As a lawyer, Davis MacLean is used to dealing with people’s emotions. But during testimony, he has to be especially careful not to let his own emotions get in the way. He has to be dispassionate and objective, even when it’s hard. You can’t take things personally, he says. If you do, then you’re just going to become angry and lose your temper. The first thing he looks for is how someone breaks down emotionally–does their voice break? Do they cry? Do they sob? That tells me what kind of emotion they are feeling.
Winning Motions Before Trial
Before a case goes to trial, there are a number of motions that lawyers can file in order to try and win the case. These motions can be based on a number of different things, but they all have one goal: to get the judge to rule in favor of the lawyer’s client. If you don’t know what these types of motions are or how they work, talk to your lawyer about it. They will walk you through the process.
Persuading Jury with Closing Statements
A good lawyer always looks to win, no matter the cost. And that’s exactly what we see with Davis MacLean in Power Book II: Ghost. He’s a lawyer who will do whatever it takes to get his clients what they want – even if it means breaking the law. But just because he’s willing to break some rules doesn’t mean he can’t play by others. The closing statements are one of those rules. Davis knows how to persuade a jury and use their emotions to get them on his side. He also knows how to make sure the jury knows all of the facts without ever making them feel like they’re being manipulated or tricked. After reading this book, you’ll never look at lawyers in quite the same way again!
Waiting on Verdict
The trial for Tasha’s murder is finally over and the jury is deliberating. Davis MacLean, Tasha’s lawyer, is confident that he will win the case. He has worked tirelessly to prove Tariq’s innocence and he knows that the jury will see that.
However, when the verdict is read, it is not what Davis was expecting. Tariq is found guilty of murder and is sent to prison. Davis is devastated. He never thought that this would happen. He feels like his life is over because his one goal had been to save Tariq and now all hope has been lost.