Modern Trial Advocacy : Analysis and Practice
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Description: "This book will become a standard in the field of trial advocacy. It's the most thoughtful, concise, & theoretically correct book to be published."--Morgan Cloud, Professor, Emory University School of Law renowned full trial programs use the text, as do prominent law schools nationwide. Now, Steven Lubet takes advocates from developing a winning case theory through all phases of trial. He tells how to present your case as a story, & how to tell that story to the jury powerfully & persuasively. This second edition includes three significant additions: a trial tools chapter, a persuasion theory chapter, & an expanded jury selection chapter. In the new chapter on trial tools you discover persuasion techniques you can use throughout the trial. For example, you will learn how to present information for the greatest impact, how to use powerful, convincing language, & how to gain trust & credibility from judges & jurors. The added persuasion theory chapter gives you insight into how judges & jurors make decisions so you can most effectively shape your argument & approach & the expanded jury selection chapter teaches you strategies to eliminate biased jurors, gather information about eventual jurors that will help you present your case more effectively, & begin to tell your story to the jury. Whether you're an experienced or novice practitioner, you can't afford to be without this text.
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Publisher: National Institute for Trial Advocacy