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Materials in Trial Advocacy: Problems & Cases, 7th Edition (Aspen Coursebooks)

ISBN: 9780735510449
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
Edition: 7 Pap/Cdr
Publication Date: 2011-04-19
Number of pages: 784
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A leading text in trial advocacy for its authority and effectiveness, Materials in Trial Advocacy uses actual cases and Trial Files to engage students in the whole process of litigation. Each chapter contains both civil and criminal problems presented at graduating levels of complexity.

The Seventh Edition welcomes new co-author Steve Easton, an accomplished litigator and award-winning trial advocacy teacher. Several new Trial Files and problems have been added to the text, while the Trial Files from Chapter 9 have been located to a CD to reduce the size and weight of the book itself.

Hallmark features of Materials in Trial Advocacy:

user-friendly organization 1. problems organized in chronological order, from voir dire to final argument 2. self-contained problems of manageable size 3. complete trials raising common evidentiary and trial strategy issues accessible and comprehensive coverage problems and trials that raise both simple and complex issues

Updated in every detail, the revised Seventh Edition presents:

a new Trial File containing allegations of driving while intoxicated and reckless driving a second new Trial File arising out of a shoving incident, with video of the actual incident ,which can be tried in any of three ways 1. as a criminal battery trial 2. as a civil damages case by one combatant against the other 3. as a civil rights suit against the police officer who pepper-sprayed one of the combatants two contemporary new problems regarding the authentication of documents that were allegedly produced by computers

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