Psychodrama? Psychodrama for trial lawyers?!? It’s not a trend; it’s the real deal. And Professor Dana Cole does […]
“He who represents himself has a fool for a client.” -Abraham Lincoln
A police report is not the north pole to evaluate all other evidence by. We know this, which […]
“I don’t need time, I need a deadline.” -Duke Ellington
Check out NITA‘s quick and dirty guide to hearsay here by Frederick Moss and Thomas Jay Leach.
Sometimes there isn’t much more you can do for a client than listen to them. How you listen […]
Check out the excellent reasonable doubt analogy below from The Burden of Reasonable Doubt: When a Standard Designed to […]
Notice how Mr. Rogers starts: “I trust what you have said that you will read this . . . […]
Although at times rewarding, criminal defense is often stressful, busy, and difficult intellectually and emotionally. It takes its […]
Use Terence MacCarthy’s Impeachment Outline while watching these videos.
Start every cross-examination with one of these three phrases: “It is fair to say . . .” “We can […]
1) The most important and necessary quality for a trial lawyer is the ability to communicate. 2) Although […]
“Vigorous writing is concise. A sentence should contain no unnecessary words, a paragraph no unnecessary sentences, for the […]