Eight Traits of Great Trial Lawyers: A Federal Judge’s View on How to Shed the Moniker “I Am […]
Check out NITA‘s quick and dirty guide to hearsay here by Frederick Moss and Thomas Jay Leach.
Check out the excellent reasonable doubt analogy below from The Burden of Reasonable Doubt: When a Standard Designed to […]
“The first 30 seconds to one minute is the most important part of almost everything you do in […]
“How can you represent those people?” I often call my life’s work “the guilty project.” Criminal defense is, […]
An all too common story about police misconduct written by North Carolina Criminal Defense Lawyer T. Greg Doucette. […]
“An Incendiary Defense” by Jeffrey Toobin was published in The New Yorker on July 23, 1994, a few […]
Reinventing Witness Preparation by Kenneth R. Berman challenges our profession’s widely used, over protective approach to witness preparation. Berman […]