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Publication Date: 2007
Publisher: American Bar Association
Schwab, Priscilla Anne
The book will help you deal effectively with situations you face over and over again in the preparation and presentation of a case for trial. It provides you with strategies for simplifying complex evidence, handling criminal trials, facing grand juries, and arguing before the Supreme Court. It also informs you about the perceptions of jurors, witnesses, and judges; about appellate advocacy from both sides of the bench; and much more. And it contains some of the best legal writing available-clear, informal and never dull. Whether you are a new lawyer or an experienced litigator, you will find innovative ideas and step-by-step advice that you can put to immediate use in your practice.Schwab, Priscilla Anne is the author of 'The Litigation Manual: Supplement 1998-2004', published 2007 under ISBN 9781590318027 and ISBN 1590318021.
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