Sunday, October 17, 2004

In Which the Uncivil Litigator Describes His Very First Jury Trial

Ever wondered what a trial might look like from an attorney's perspective?

A very enjoyable series of posts from The Uncivil Litigator provides a view as he describes My very first jury trial.

Normally acting as a defense attorney for an office that represents insurance companies, the Uncivil Litigator finds himself representing a plaintiff against an insurance company in a trial resulting from a minor traffic accident.

The posts give a great set of insights into how a lawyer should behave during his or her appearance at court, some strategies during the examination and cross examination of witnesses, the interactions between lawyers before a trial, and notions on the preparation for trial.

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