Sunday, November 10, 2013


“Cross-examination will continue to fascinate us. There is something in us that loves a good fight. Yet it is direct examination that builds the structure of a case. And sometimes jurors like to come out of the shadows to believe in something – hopefully, our client, our case. Conceiving persuasive and compelling direct examinations is an act of creation that explains the wonder of why many a trial lawyer finds the art of direct examination deeply satisfying.”

On Trial: Lessons from a Lifetime in the Courtroom, Henry G. Miller (ALM Publishing, New York)

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