Successful techniques in the trial of criminal cases. by Henry B. Rothblatt

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LC ClassificationsKF8915 .R69
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Pagination242 p.
Number of Pages242
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LC Control Number61013800
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Successful Techniques in the Trial of Criminal Cases. By HENRY B. ROTHBLATT. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., Pp. $ The attorney who is charged with the defense of a man accused of crime is invested with a burden unmatched in the practice of law. No client needs. Successful techniques for criminal trials book.

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the forthcoming book titled The Child Witness, to be published by Wiley Law Publications. the trial lawyer faces unique challenges. This article provides practical information on techniques for direct examination, cross-examination, and impeach- In a criminal case, the defendant is seated at counsel table, just a few feet away.

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Trial Objections from Begining to End: The Handbook for Civil and Criminal Trials Craig Lee Montz* I. INTRODUCTION II. THE PURPOSE OF TRIAL OBJECTIONS III.

TIMELINESS, SPECIFICITY, AND WAIVER OF OBJECTIONS IV. PRE-TRIAL MOTIONS AND OBJECTIONS V. OBJECTIONS DURING JURY SELECTION A. Questions That Misstate the Law B. Questions That May Embarrass Cited by: 1. Trial strategy is the overall plan to be executed with the most likely opportunity for success in the case.

Trial tactics are the specific tools used to implement the overall trial strategy. Do not become bogged down in tactics so that sight is lost of the overall trial strategy. Document Type: Book: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 22 cm.

Contents: Succeeding as a criminal defense lawyer: preparing your case theory / Andrew R. Miller --Never be afraid to lose: winning strategies for defense attorneys in criminal cases / Daniel Foster --Preparation is everyting in criminal defense success / Michael J. Streng --The.Crime - Crime - Trial procedure: Although common-law countries have adopted different arrangements for the conduct and procedure of criminal trials, most of these countries generally follow what is called an adversary procedure, in which allegations are made by the prosecution, resisted by the defendant, and determined by an impartial trier of fact—judge or jury—who is usually required to.

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