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Cross-Examination Do's and Don'ts

After years of trying cases with and against great trial lawyers – propositions that have worked, and some to avoid

What You Will Learn

  • In this program Jack Baldwin discusses how to: Identify the genuine purpose of any cross examination
  • Obtain favorable testimony even from an adverse witness
  • Further develop strategic and persuasive skills for a strong start through finish

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What You Will Learn

  • In this program Jack Baldwin discusses how to: Identify the genuine purpose of any cross examination
  • Obtain favorable testimony even from an adverse witness
  • Further develop strategic and persuasive skills for a strong start through finish

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Price

$79 for Association Member
$99 for Non-Member

75 minutes
Date Published

February 20, 2020

Publisher

Louisiana Association for Justice

Subjects

Cross Examination, Trial Techniques

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Summary

Join noted trial lawyer Jack Baldwin of Marshall, Texas, as he shares practical tips and techniques for successful cross examination. In this program, Jack discusses what he has learned about the art of cross examination that contributes to staying in control and focusing on a strategy to achieve your objectives.

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Presenters

Jack Baldwin

Jack Baldwin, a native of Marshall, Texas, comes from a family tradition of trial lawyers. He received his B.A. of Fine Arts... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

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Cross-Examination Do's and Don'ts
Cross-Examination Do's and Don'ts - Paper
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