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Lessons from the "Serial" Case: 10 Evidentiary Missteps You Want to Avoid

Simpson and Miller will share what they believe the so-called Serial case can teach civil and criminal attorneys, courts, the prosecution and defense about evidence — and what not to do with it. They will use Maryland v. Syed to illustrate 10 evidentiary pitfalls, their consequences and how to avoid them.
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$149.00
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ISBN: 0006023441721
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Duration: 75 minutes

Simpson and Miller will share what they believe the so-called Serial case can teach civil and criminal attorneys, courts, the prosecution and defense about evidence – and what not to do with it. They will use Maryland v. Syed to illustrate 10 evidentiary pitfalls, their consequences and how to avoid them. They will discuss these issues:

  • Stipulating to questionable or unfavorable evidence
  • Consulting (or not consulting) with right expert witnesses
  • Not knowing the record -Not objecting in closing arguments
  • Failing to challenge the chain of custody
  • Not showing a jury the scene
  • Failing to communicate with witnesses
  • Ineffective objecting Not compelling discovery
  • Bungling the case and facing ineffective assistance of counsel or professional malpractice claim
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