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By Jonathan H. Lomurro
A jury floating in a sea of confusion will never locate the place they are supposed to be. By anchoring them to the theories of your case, the jury will be able to observe the facts and falsities. With this knowledge, they will find the proper place to land.
by Lisa Blue, Robert Hirschhorn, and Jennifer Lapinski
During voir dire, great trial lawyers treat the members of the jury panel as the most important people in the room, because they are the most important people in the room. Learn different methods to reap the benefit of uncovering how the panel feels about the law and the issues that pertain to the case. This valuable guide incorporates visuals along with strategies to help you retain the information presented.
By Katherine James
With insight gained from a background in theatre and from working closely with lawyers and witnesses, James has developed a method of finding and communicating the stories that convey what she calls human damages. In this book, James shows how to get even the most difficult witness to share the stories that matter and that convey the human damages at the heart of the case.
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