Handbook of Trial Strategies

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Prentice Hall, 2001 - Law - 508 pages
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This updated edition offers attorneys a practical step-by-step guide to all aspects of trial preparation. It covers such important topics as data gathering, strategy development, case investigations, researching the law, understanding rules of evidence and discovery, and selecting a jury. Moving forward into the actual trial, the Handbook of Trial Strategies features in-depth analysis of discovery devices, depositions, hearings, documentary and physical evidence, trial motions, cross-examination, and summation. In addition, the Handbook provides a variety of sample openings, direct examinations, and summations from well-known attorneys in real-world cases to emphasize the points made by the text.

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Write It Out for the Witness

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