Mock Trial Case Files and Problems
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The mock trial case files and problems in this text are designed to provide opportunities for students to put into practice the theory of courtroom litigation. Each of the first seven chapters presents a series of practical exercises focusing on one of the basic litigation techniques, for example, direct examination of a witness.
The criminal case files require only two witnesses per side. The civil cases involve three witnesses for the plaintiff and two for the defense. Each case file is designed to be tried in approximately three hours.
Many of the practical exercises are taken from the case files in Chapters 8 through 21. Thus, working on parts of the case files for some of the weekly exercises will expose the students to the information in a way that approximates real trials - understanding that no one piece of evidence or testimony can be taken in isolation. Other problems in this text are "free-standing" to the extent that they do not relate to any particular case or fact pattern in this book.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Selecting a Jury
Chapter 2 Opening Statements
Chapter 3 Direct Examination
Chapter 4 Introducing Exhibits
Chapter 5 Cross-Examination and Impeachment
Chapter 6 Expert Witnesses
Chapter 7 Closing Arguments
Chapter 8 State v. Barkwood
Chapter 9 Barkwood v. Barkwood
Chapter 10 State v. Lockmore
Chapter 11 Lockmore v. Lockmore
Chapter 12 State v. Stonemock
Chapter 13 Worthy v. Stonemock
Chapter 14 State v. Moss
Chapter 15 Jones v. Moss
Chapter 16 State v. Winston
Chapter 17 Mason v. Winston
Chapter 18 State v. Moore
Chapter 19 Warren v. Moore
Chapter 20 State v. Winslet
Chapter 21 Norris v. Winslet