Alternatives and preliminaries to the trial of a civil action
Joint Committee on Continuing Legal Education of the American Law Institute and the American Bar Association, 1961 - Law - 266 pages
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
admission adverse party adverse witnesses American Law Institute answer argument asked attorney attorney's called cause claims client conference course court courtroom cross-examination damage defendant defendant's defense counsel deponent deponent's difficult direct directed verdict discovery deposition discussion documents effective emotional evidence examination experience facts favorable Federal Rule feel Fred Rodell give hostile witness impeachment important impression injuries inter interrogatories investigation involved issues judge jury knowledge legal interview listening litigation matter method motion objections opinion opponent opponent's opposing counsel opposing party papers particular pauses person photographs plaintiff plaintiff's counsel pleadings possible practice pre-trial preparation present probably problem procedure proof prove questions ratio decidendi reason require result settlement Settlement Conference situation statement statutes stipulation story subpoena subpoena duces tecum suggested taken talk tell testify testimony theory things tion trial brief trial lawyer unconscious understand usually verdict words written