Winning at Trial: Insights from the Bench and Leading Litigators
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This comprehensive volume accumulates trial skills, tactics and insights from twenty of America's leading defense lawyers, former prosecutors, and judges. The book is useful for any trial lawyer, but is especially relevant for those who are new to the practice.
Topics covered include:
• Trial process
• Jury selection
• Opening statements
• Direct examination
• Closing arguments
• Expert witnesses
• Trial ethics
Winning at Trial: Insights from the Bench and Leading Litigators is applicable for all forms of legal circumstances, whether the case is criminal or civil, tried in state or federal court, decided by a judge or jury. It's an in-depth reference guide for any trial lawyer's library, and will greatly improve an attorney's level of advocacy and competency in the courtroom.
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