Exhibits in the Courtroom – Professor Flowers

Professor Flowers explains how to use exhibits in the courtroom and how to use them in the most persuasive ways.

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Control & Direct Examination – Chris Biggs, Esq.

Chris Biggs explains various techniques to exercising control of a witness during a Direct Examination while avoiding the use of leading questions.

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Exhibits – Low Tech Works – Jude Borque, Esq.

Jude Borque demonstrates how to compensate for technology when that technology doesn’t work and you must resort to low-tech solutions.

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The 4 Cs of Impeachment – Professor Firnstein

Professor Firnstein explains a technique for impeaching a witness with a prior inconsistent statement using the 4 C’s which are Commit, Conceding, Complete, and Confront.

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