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Nov 30, 2012

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Direct examination is one of the most important, yet least appreciated, aspects of trial. Attorneys often devote substantial time and effort to prepare their opening statements, cross-examinations and closing arguments but spend only minimal time and effort on their direct examinations. However, unless the plaintiff proves the case to the satisfaction of the judge, jury and appellate courts, all the effort is wasted as the case will either be dismissed, lost, or reversed on appeal. This paper will provide some practical suggestions to assist the practitioner in creating and executing effective direct examinations

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