Chris and Megan pinpoint 5 prosecution scenarios where a strategy change may be necessary in light of the statistics. Like football, prosecution is a back-and-forth between the examiner and the applicant that requires constant reevaluation. For example, even when appeal may seem like the most favorable route substantively – or instinctively – if the statistics are not in your favor, it may make sense to continue working with the examiner.

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