2 edition of Effective criminal trial techniques found in the catalog.
Effective criminal trial techniques
by American Bar Association, Section of Criminal Justice in Washington
Written in English
|Statement||edited by B. James George, Jr.|
|Contributions||George, B. James 1925-, American Bar Association. Section of Criminal Justice.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 202 p.|
|Number of Pages||202|
One who undertakes the trial of a criminal case thus has great responsibility: to know the law in order to protect the record, to know techniques to be effective at trial, and to have the necessary skill to make the best opening, conduct direct and effective cross examination, how to deal with the judge, and to give a winning summation. The book is also filled with practical strategies, angles of attack, pattern Q&A, and other essential elements of criminal defense advocacy. Compelling openings, passionate closings, and defense witnesses are rarely enough to win a criminal trial. The process is too in favour of the : Kevin J. Mahoney.
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