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Posts Categorized: Mock Trial
Actionable tips for making your way around the courtroom.
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By Stephen Gomez As jury selection and pre-trial hearings continue in the George Zimmerman trial for the shooting of Trayvon Martin, one particular element is still to be determined with regards to expert witnesses. In released 911 calls, voices and screams can be heard in the background, with some parties stating that the words “I’m begging… Read more »
As you know, we recently launched LawInsider.com. And in the two short weeks since our launch, thousands of legal professionals, business owners and analysts have used our contract database. In the process, we’ve received great feedback and suggestions on how to improve the website. Three new features at LawInsider.com are going live today in response… Read more »
By Preston Clark A few years ago I picked up the LawInsider.com domain through a GoDaddy auction, and at the time, I contemplated switching this blog, thelawinsider.com, over to the new URL. But I couldn’t pull the trigger. As much as I love this blog and the community I’ve built around it, the entrepreneur in… Read more »
It was another great week at TheLawInsider.com. We had some great first time contributors as well as some awesome interviews. In case you missed it, here are our most popular articles of the week.
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Evidence is perhaps the most important element of any trial in the American judicial system, and entering evidence during a trial is one of the most critical steps in the process. Every state has different rules on what evidence is admissible and on how it must be entered in court, as do the federal courts,… Read more »
Cross-examination is one of the most fundamental aspects of any criminal trial in the United States, as well as in many other court proceedings. Without cross-examination, it would be impossible to obtain fair treatment by juries or the courts. Simply put, cross-examination is the interrogation of a witness by the party opposing the party… Read more »
By MICHAEL E. YOUNG firstname.lastname@example.org Published: 30 October 2012 11:43 PM Dallas Morning News In the last-minute rush to get 13 Bishop Lynch High School students, two coaches and a parent to New York for a nationally known mock-trial competition last Thursday, the weather forecast was about the last thing on anyone’s mind. “To be honest,… Read more »
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