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Title Trying cases to win : in one volume / Herbert J. Stern, Stephen A. Saltzburg.

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 Law Library  KF 8915 .S737 2013    CHECKED IN
Description xix, 412 pages ; 24 cm
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction -- Rule I : personal advocacy -- Rule II : one central theme -- Rule III : make the case bigger than its facts -- Four laws : primacy, recency, frequency, and vividness -- Opening argument -- not opening statement -- Problems to confront in openings -- The form of the opening -- Final considerations in opening -- Application of the principles -- The purpose of direct examination : to argue your case -- Two direct examinations -- Witness preparation and delivery -- Making a witness invulnerable to cross-examination -- Exhibits -- Cross-examination : purpose, methods, and techniques -- Three tools of cross-examination -- Applying the principles -- Expert witnesses -- Closing arguments -- Preparing and delivering a closing argument.
Subject Trial practice -- United States.
Added Author Saltzburg, Stephen A., author.
Related To Abridgement of (work): Stern, Herbert Jay, 1936- Trying cases to win. New York : Wiley Law Publications, 1991-1999. (DLC) 94221465.
ISBN 9781627222785 (hbk.)
1627222782 (hbk.)
OCLC # 855209544
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