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The How-To-Win Trial Manual - 4th Edition
by:Ralph Adam Fine
Ralph Adam Fine pulls no punches. In the newly revised fourth edition of his highly acclaimed The How-To-Win Trial Manual, he shows why the traditional ways to try a case in court are suicidal, and he gives extensive examples of such suicidal advocacy by famous, high-profile, well-paid trial lawyers: Daniel M. Petrocelli in his representation of Jeffrey...
Ralph Adam Fine pulls no punches. In the newly revised fourth edition of his highly acclaimed The How-To-Win Trial Manual, he shows why the traditional ways to try a case in court are suicidal, and he gives extensive examples of such suicidal advocacy by famous, high-profile, well-paid trial lawyers: Daniel M. Petrocelli in his representation of Jeffrey Skilling in the Enron trial; George McCall Secrest, Jr., in his representation of Kenneth Lay in the Enron trial; Robert G. Morvillo, in his representation of Martha Stewart; Robert G. Abrams and Ronald S. Katz, in their representation of opposing sides in a federal-court anti-trust case involving Caterpillar, Inc.; Johnnie L. Cochran, Jr., in his representation of O.J. Simpson (even though Cochran won largely, in Ralph Adam Fine s opinion, because of the incompetence of the prosecutors, which The How-To-Win Trial Manual also shows). In each of his examples, Ralph Adam Fine shows how the lawyers should have done it, and this will help you hone your winning skills. Ralph Adam Fine also demonstrates why many of Irving Younger s famous Ten Commandments of Cross-Examination are not only also wrong, but why following them reduces significantly your chance of winning. Ralph Adam Fine s The How-To-Win Trial Manual shows you how to win by using your most powerful tool: The jury s belief that you, the lawyer, knows the truth of the case. He also shows you how to ask questions on both direct-examination and cross-examination in such a way so the jury will know the answers before the witnesses (whether lay or expert) respond. Simply put, if you phrase your questions so that the jury answers them the way you want before your witnesses answer and irrespective of what your adversary s witnesses may say on cro ss-examination, you will win! Ralph Adam Fine s The How-To-Win Trial Manual shows you how to do all of this and more. You and your clients deserve no less.
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