Shows you how to predispose a jury in favor of your client, present a clear and concise outline of the facts of your case, alert the jury to your theory of liability, and explain the elements of damages you are seeking. Contributors include: Philip H. Corboy, J.B. Spence, Robert L. Conason, Scott Baldwin, Robert L. Habush, Robert E. Cartwright, Charles Kramer, Harry Gair and David B. Baum. First published in 1982. 1 Volume; updated with revisions.At the end of this case, I am going to tell you and discuss with you the aspects of the injuries and the damages, and then ... The Courta#39;s instructions will cover that, and at the conclusion of the trial, wea#39;ll simply ask you to do what you feel is fairanbsp;...
|Title||:||Art of Advocacy Series: Opening Statement|
|Publisher||:||LexisNexis - 2015-04-01|