Trial: advocacy before judges, jurors, and arbitrators

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Thomson/West, 2004 - Law - 696 pages
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Many of these strategies and skills also apply to preparing and presenting a case before an administrative-tribunal, a government agency, a hearing examiner, an arbitrator, and other fact finders in other forums. Many of these approaches apply to other lawyering experiences, including presentations before public and private organizations such as boards, legislative bodies, and other decision makers. Presents numerous examples and illustrations of lawyers making statements, examining witnesses, and presenting arguments. These examples reflect the broad range of civil and criminal cases and bring some reality to the explanation of the trial process.

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Contents

The Advocate
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Form
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Planning and Preparation
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Copyright

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