Master advocates' handbook
National Institute for Trial Advocacy, Jan 1, 1986 - Law - 384 pages
This compilation of articles covers such topics as jury selection, cross examination of lay witnesses, demonstrative evidence, and closing arguments.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF ADVOCACY
John P Arness
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15 Trial Admissibility adversary advocate agent Amer answer appeal approach attorney Audit Avoid brief Charles Kramer client closing argument conduct courtroom credibility Criminal cross examination damages decide Defense Demonstrative Evidence deposition Direct Examination Discovery Discuss effective example Exhibit Expert Testimony Expert Witness explain facts Federal Rules feel Final Argument foundation give impeachment by prior important instructions involved issues James Journal of Trial jurisdiction jurors Jury Instructions Jury Selection jury's matters McElhaney Medical Expert Medical Malpractice motion in limine objections opening statement opinion opposing counsel party Personal Injury plaintiff possible preparation presentation principles prior inconsistent statement prior statement problems Products Liability proof reason record request Review Spring Strategy & Tactics summation taxpayer testify thelema theory tion Trial Advocacy Trial Diplomacy Journal trial judge Trial Lawyer's Guide Trial Lawyers Quarterly understand verdict Voir Dire Winter witness's words