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- How to grab the jury's attention
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- How to maximize the impact of prior inconsistent statements during cross-examination (and how to lock a witness into prior
testimony so that it's impossible for him to wiggle free during cross-examination)
- How to bullet-proof your jury instructions from appellate issues
- How to master the skill of asking leading questions during cross-examination
- How to write opening statements that help jurors “see” exactly what happened to your client
- “Making the record” during direct examination to ensure that your verdict stands up on appeal
- How to deal with the “jerk” attorney inside (and outside) the courtroom
- Why it's impossible to “poison” a jury panel during jury selection (and how that lets you learn more
about your potential jurors than you've ever learned before)
- ...And much more!
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