Trial: Advocacy Before Judges, Jurors, and Arbitrators
"This book explains the fundamental advocacy skills and explores the theories, tactics, and techniques involved in preparing and presenting a case to a judge, jury, arbitrator, and administrative judge."--Page vii.
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Roger S. Haydock,John O. Sonsteng
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