VI. COURTROOM TACTICS
“The courtroom is a theatre”; How to enter the courtroom; Using your physical tools - hands, eyes, voice, pacing, etc.; How to best display your witness; The Gertrude Jenkins case; Waiting for and recognizing opportunities during trial; The Maggot Therapy case; The Salk Polio Vaccine case; Tricks to get evidence introduced; John Knight in the Judge’s chambers; “Be yourself”; “Last clear chance”; The use of silence; The power of tears; Candor, frankness and sincerity; The best way to use the transcript; Trial delays; Cross-examining witnesses and experts; Discrepancies in the dispositions; Hearing “The angels sing and the cash register ring”; Gluckstein disrobes in chambers; Things lawyers should never do in trial; and more.
 
 
 

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AMERICAN TRIAL PRACTICE
Digitally remastered on DVDs in 2004
Ten 50-minute documentaries

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