Recommended Titles and Treatises
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How to try a jury case: trial tactics
205 pages. No updates available.
The National Institute for Trial Advocacy’s publications are well respected resources for both practicing attorneys and students. In just 200 pages, Kimberling covers issues from deciding to take the case through the preparation and to closing argument. The most detailed discussion is on the elements of the trial such as the opening statement and examination of witness. In the appendix, the author provides two clearly written resources that an attorney could use to prepare witnesses for deposition and for trial.