Cross-examination is the most exciting and anxiety-provoking time in every trial. This book is a practical guide that provides an analytical explanation of successful cross-examination that should greatly alleviate many new lawyers' anxiety.
Cross-examination is more than simply questioning a witness. It should be used to persuade the jury and obtain evidence for your final argument. However, this is not as easy as it sounds. This is a difficult skill that must be learned by all successful litigators.
This book offers 67 principles that every trial lawyer needs to know, including:
"Every trial lawyer, both novice and expert, will need this essential work." - E. Donald Shapiro, former Dean and Joseph Distinguished Professor of Law at New York Law School
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Leonard E. Davies (Denver) is a Colorado lawyer with over 30 years of trial experience. His clients have included the Black Panther Party, the San Francisco Mime Troop, Rudolfo Gonzalez and the Crusade for Justice, and Reies Tijerina, leader of the land grant rebellion in New Mexico.
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