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From the Pretrial, Trial, Appellate & Evidence Blog: "Don't Ruin Your Opening Statement," which lists twenty-one pitfalls to avoid, including use of the past tense, losing eye contact, and reading from notes.
And here's a bonus from the same blog: "Closing Argument Pitfalls."
November 01, 2012 in Closing Argument, Opening Statement | Permalink
Why tell people what NOT to say in opening argument without telling them what TO say?
April 23, 2013 at 07:22 AM
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