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Trial Practice in the United States
The entries and resources about Trial Practice of the Encyclopedia of Law deliver quick access to vital litigation information, checklists, strategies and trial examples—all fully searchable.
The entries and resources about Trial Practice of the Encyclopedia of Law deliver offer invaluable content detailing all stages of the litigation process, including:
- Pretrial information, with clear, concise overview of preparation techniques for pleading and pretrial steps, including helpful sample litigation files, checklists and commonly used citations for reference.
- Entries about Trial Evidence, exploring methods, strategies and tactics for effective use of evidence in a trial setting and the application of evidentiary rules.
- Guidance about Trial Techniques, with practical advice and abundant examples, illustrating strategies for opening statements, jury selection, witness examinations, exhibits, objections and more.
- Entries about other Trials topics, such Trial Strategy, Trial Skills and Trial Persuasion, offering insights into trial theory and practice, with emphasis on the jurors’ perspective on the importance of the opening statement and visual presentation at trial.