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The First Trial: Where Do I Sit? What Do I Say? In A Nutshell

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Perspective: Trial Is Theater; Lawyer's Part; Interrogating of Witnesses; Presenting Exhibits; Staging the Use of a Diagram; Addressing the Jury; Courtroom Stage Presence; Preparation: Trial Notebooks; Closing Arguments; Jury Instructions; Opening Statements; Witnesses; Jurors; First Trial: Voir Dire; Opening Statement; Direct Examination; Cross-Examination; Impeachment an ...more
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