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Undermining the opponent's case and discrediting the opponent's witnesses have historically been viewed as primary goals of cross-examination. However, counsel can also use cross-examination constructively to control the opponent's witnesses so that the witnesses will advance the attorney's own theory of the case. This use of cross-examination can be devastatingly effective, yet many attorneys fail to deploy it. With authoritative guidance from Larry Pozner and Roger Dodd, The Masters of Cross-Examination DVD set gives attorneys the practical tools to unleash the power of constructive cross-examination for better trial outcomes. Four DVDs, containing nine lectures, provide detailed guidance on the authors' signature "Chapter Method" of preparing for cross-examination, as well as proven techniques for controlling witnesses.
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Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Lecture 1 Changing Your Mindset: An Introduction to Advanced Cross-Examination
Lecture 2 A Thin Stream of Fear: Creating and Controlling Anxiety in the Courtroom
Lecture 3 Assisting Discovery: An Exploration of Constructive Cross-Examination
Lecture 4 Back to Basics: The Three Commandments of Constructive Cross-Examination
Lecture 5 A Rose by Any Other Name: The Importance of Word Selection in a Constructive Cross-Examination
Lecture 6 Before the Courtroom: Preparing for Constructive Cross-Examination
Lecture 7 The Tell-Tale Heart: Improving Control of Hostile Witnesses With Constructive Cross-Examination
Lecture 8 The Chameleon Effect: An Exploration of Looping Techniques in Cross-Examination
Lecture 9 Catch 'Em If You Can: Wrangling the Runaway Witness