Day in Court Or the Subtle Arts of Great Advocates

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Kessinger Publishing, Apr 1, 2005 - Law - 264 pages
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1926. The purpose of this work is to give the general reader, and young men who desire to become successful advocates, some practical knowledge of the arts of great advocates in eliciting the truth; to indicate also the methods by which they charm and convince both court and jury, and win them over to their side of the controversy. Contents: Advocate and Office Lawyer Contrasted; Physical Endowments; Mental Endowments; Educational Qualifications; Opportunity and Rewards; Preparation for Trial; The Court Room; Art in Selecting the Jury; Opening to the Jury; Art in Direct Examination; Art in Cross-Examination; Art in Handling Discrediting Documents; and The Summing Up.

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