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Trial Tactics, A Book Of Suggestions On The Trial Of Cases, And Containing Pertinent Addresses By Many Well Known Trial Experts
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Trial Tactics, A Book Of Suggestions On The Trial Of Cases, And Containing Pertinent Addresses By Many Well Known Trial Experts

By Cornelius, Asher L.

Mathew Bender & Company, New York, 1932; First Edition; 8vo, 600 pages. A careful study in how to try a lawsuit successfully, by notable legal author and attorney Asher L. Cornelius. Substantial chapters on the topics of Considerations Governing The Selection Of The Trial Forum, Marshalling And Organizing The Facts, Planning The Trial, Preparation Of A Case For Trial, Drilling And Coaching Witnesses Or Clients In Advance Of The Trial, Courtesy And Decorum In The Court Room, Miscellaneous Suggestions On Trial Tactics, Selecting The Jury, The Opening Statement, The Direct Examination, Cross Examination Of Witnesses, Re-Direct Examination, Planning A Cross Examination In Advance Of Trial, The Argument, Concerning Instruction Or Charge To The Jury, Concerning Interpreters In Court, Impeaching Witnesses, The Hypothetical Question, Preparation And Presentation And Argument Of Motions In Court, Mistakes Of Lawyers In The Trial Of Cases, and Unfair Trial Tactics And How To Meet Them. Included in a second section are the complete texts of bar association addresses on trial tactics and the work of the trial lawyer, given by twelve distinguished American trial attorneys: John Vernou Bouvier, Jr., George Gordon Battle, Emory R. Buckner, Judge James C. Cropsey, Lawrence O. Olwell, Henry W. Taft, Judge Chester A. Fowler, A. W. Kopp, Judge Samuel H. Silbert, Joseph T. Harrison, Judge John J. Sullivan, and David Perris. Very Good, clean, crisp, corners sharp, binding tight, sound, and square, no browning or yellowing of either text or end papers. Previous owner signature on f.f.e.p. and rear pastedown. No other markings of any kind.

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