Cross Examination Made Simple Part I (volume 2)

14 Dec , 2023

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This presentation will provide you with creative tools for conducting cross-examination. From achieving basic witness control to becoming more in tune to the subtle nuances of space and proximity in the courtroom and how to use these to your advantage, I share with you some of the lessons that I've learned over the last two decades as a criminal defense attorney. Ironically, some of the things that we as lawyers overlook or only address in passing can be just as important, if not more, than the things that we spend the most time preparing. 

This presentation will reduce these techniques to simple, easy to apply rules that can be referred to before and during trial preparation.

 

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