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Jury Speech Rules: The Art of Ethical Persuasion

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Authors David M. Malone and Warren S. Radler have brought out the third edition of their book, Jury Speech Rules: The Art of Ethical Persuasion. Trial lawyers will learn that persuasive jury opening statements and closing arguments require imagination, storytelling skills, and a thorough knowledge of the legal and ethical rules that govern this important part of trial. The third edition includes new material specifically for prosecutors.

Retail Price: $39

Available in: Print, epub, and mobi

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