Pricking Boils and Other Lessons Not Learned on Law & Order: Mitigating and Overcoming Negative Evidence at Trial
44 Pages Posted: 28 Jan 2013
Date Written: 2007
One of the most important skills in being an effective trial lawyer is knowing how to mitigate potentially damaging evidence. Numerous psychological studies support the theory of "pricking the boil." The author applies these studies to a trial scenario, providing insight into the usefulness of this valuable tool.
Keywords: trial lawyer, trial law, evidence, mitigate
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