Trying Cases to Win: Voir Dire and Opening Argument

Trying Cases to Win Voir Dire and Opening Argument The volume book presents Stern s systematic approach to training winning advocates Stern s formula for success is built upon the principles of ethos credibility pathos emotional appeal and logic A

  • Title: Trying Cases to Win: Voir Dire and Opening Argument
  • Author: Herbert Jay Stern
  • ISBN: 9780471553137
  • Page: 165
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The volume book presents Stern s systematic approach to training winning advocates Stern s formula for success is built upon the principles of ethos credibility , pathos emotional appeal , and logic As he builds upon this deceptively simple foundation, he holds you enthralled while critically analyzing trial transcripts from some of the greatest trial lawyers of the paThe volume book presents Stern s systematic approach to training winning advocates Stern s formula for success is built upon the principles of ethos credibility , pathos emotional appeal , and logic As he builds upon this deceptively simple foundation, he holds you enthralled while critically analyzing trial transcripts from some of the greatest trial lawyers of the past century This volume also explains how to apply this theory to dire and opening statements.

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    1. Tremendously interesting perspective on the methods and goals of opening statements and voir dire. Although there is a tinge of "look what a great lawyer I am, by reading my transcript from a case when I was only 31 years old," the accompanying commentary and review of the transcript is totally worthwhile. And, the author is duly proud of having achieved conviction as a junior level prosecutor up against some of the best defense attorneys of the day. I can see why this series continues to be rec [...]

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