Dynamics of Trial Practice: Problems and Materials
Ronald. L Carlso and Edward J. Imwinkelried
Contains Strategic Litigation Planning and Jury Selection; Opening Statement; Exercise in Res Ipsa Loquitur; Objections Which Make Strategic or Tactical Sense; Putting the Witness' Honesty and Intelligence on Display; Making Factual Assertions Under the Guise of Asking Questions; Using the Theory and Theme to Bracket Your Case and Using the Opposing Witnesses to Support Your Theory and Theme; Direct Examination of Expert Witnesses; Presenting Your Opinion Testimony Impressively But Clearly; Cross-Examination of Expert Witnesses; Demystifying Opposing Experts; Instructions Conference; Obtaining Judicial Imprimatur on Your Theory and Theme; Closing Argument; Using the Theory and Theme to Answer the "Why" Questions; Trial Motions.
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