The Litigation Manual: Jury Trials

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In the courtroom, the jury is the best judge of how good a lawyer is. There is no secret formula to winning; some lawyers win more than others. Experience helps - your own and that of others. Learn from the experience of some of the country's preeminent trial lawyers and judges in The Litigation Manual: Jury Trials. This addition to the ABA's The Litigation Manual library takes you step-by-step through a jury trial. It will help you understand today's jurors, select the jurors you want and win them over through ...

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Overview

In the courtroom, the jury is the best judge of how good a lawyer is. There is no secret formula to winning; some lawyers win more than others. Experience helps - your own and that of others. Learn from the experience of some of the country's preeminent trial lawyers and judges in The Litigation Manual: Jury Trials. This addition to the ABA's The Litigation Manual library takes you step-by-step through a jury trial. It will help you understand today's jurors, select the jurors you want and win them over through effective opening and closing statements and witness examinations. Find out how to tell an effective story to the jury and the do's and don'ts in the courtroom. The book provides concrete, time-proven techniques and innovative ideas. And it contains some of the best legal writing available-clear, informal and never dull.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781590318034
  • Publisher: American Bar Association
  • Publication date: 11/25/2008
  • Pages: 410
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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