Cross-Examination in Criminal Trials

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Cross-Examination in Criminal Trials

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Cross-examination is explained in this fantastic text as an integral part of the whole process of criminal advocacy including examination-in-chief, re-examination and closing speeches, and covers strategy, tactics and persuasion which lead to the proof of facts.

Cross Examination in Criminal Trials is a systematic and comprehensive analysis of the technique of cross-examination in criminal trials and provides a structure for converting natural talent into a professional skill.

Contents Chapter 1: Cross-examination: preliminary Chapter 2: The anatomy of a criminal trial Chapter 3: The reliability of evidence Chapter 4: The credibility of evidence Chapter 5: Examination-in-chief Chapter 6: Cross-examination: foundations Chapter 7: Cross-examination: constructive techniques Chapter 8: Cross-examination: destructive techniques Chapter 9: Cross-examination: common problems Chapter 10: Re-examination Chapter 11: Cross-examination: closing speeches Chapter 12: Applications

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Published 01 Feb 2009
Format Paperback
Edition 3rd
Extent 304
ISBN 9781845921033
Imprint Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions 216 x 138 mm
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing

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