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Fireside Chat with Patrick Malone: “Phases of Trial: The Opening”

https://trialguideslive.com/fireside-chats/patrick-malone-phases-of-trial-the-opening/
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This was good! A big "thank you" for the opportunity to share the Let America Know "You Should Know" legal newsletter with my social media legal community.

This service provides you with an easy and effective way to keep consumers updated on what you do and what they need to know. Hopefully I shared a few new ideas to help lawyers share the newsletter with their audience. Full disclosure, I am a brand ambassador for Let America Know ;-)

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Gerry Spence opens a can of whoop-ass on cross-examination https://youtu.be/_EK9SLLlObk

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The Litigation Consulting Report- "Netanyahu Persuades and Presents Better Than Most Trial Lawyers"

Put politics aside and check out this value packed post by our friends at +A2L Consulting with PowerPoint tips, links and more. Grab this link and save it!

http://www.a2lc.com/blog/netanyahu-persuades-and-presents-better-than-most-trial-lawyers/

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Top 5 Litigation Articles So Far in 2018 via our friends at +A2L Consulting ;-)

5. Connecting With Jurors by Turning Off Your Screen
http://www.a2lc.com/blog/-connecting-with-jurors-by-turning-off-your-screen

4. Litigation Graphics in Criminal Cases
http://www.a2lc.com/blog/litigation-graphics-in-criminal-cases

3. The Very Best Practice in Alternative Fee Arrangements
http://www.a2lc.com/blog/the-very-best-practice-in-alternative-fee-arrangements

2. Trial Lawyers and the Power of Silence
http://www.a2lc.com/blog/trial-lawyers-and-the-power-of-silence

1. Great Trial Lawyers Behave Differently
http://www.a2lc.com/blog/great-trial-lawyers-behave-differently

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Although the term “voir dire” is generally associated with the examination of prospective jurors, it’s also used to describe questioning of opposing experts to determine whether they should be allowed to testify.
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