ISBN-10:
0735517193
ISBN-13:
9780735517196
Pub. Date:
09/28/2000
Publisher:
Aspen Law & Business
Trying Cases to Win

Trying Cases to Win

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Overview

Volume I discusses the theories and philosophies of litigating cases in direct and cross examination. Volume II implements these methods of conducting direct examination in order to assure a flawless presentation of the case. The author uses trial transcripts from some of the greatest trial lawyers of the past century to illustrate these techniques. Volume III shows the attorney how to argue the case through opposition witnesses, convert the information provided on direct examination to the benefit of the cross examiner's case and limit the direct testimony so it is not detrimental. Also incorporates actual case excerpts and explanations of the techniques. Volume IV defines the ``real'' purpose of summation, outlining the limitations and using actual case studies. Instructs attorneys to teach jurors how to argue their position for them against adversaries in the jury room.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780735517196
Publisher: Aspen Law & Business
Publication date: 09/28/2000
Pages: 686
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.20(h) x 1.60(d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Rule I: Personal Advocacy

Chapter 3: Rule II: One Central Theme

Chapter 4: Rule III: Make the Case Bigger Than Its Facts

Chapter 5: The Four Laws: Primacy, Recency, Frequency, and Vividness

Chapter 6: Opening Argument-Not Opening Statement

Chapter 7: Problems to Confront in Openings

Chapter 8: The Form of the Opening

Chapter 9: Final Considerations for Opening

Chapter 10: Edward Bennett Williams Opens

Chapter 11: Openings in Nonjury Trials

Chapter 12: Applications of the Principles to a Case

Chapter 13: The Colonial Pipeline Case

Chapter 14: Jury Voir Dire

Chapter 15: Voir Dire in Two Actual Cases

Chapter 16: Conclusion

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