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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Whistleblowing: Law and Practice

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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
The Art of Advocacy: A Plea for the Renaissance of the Trial Lawyer isbn 9786028397315

The Art of Advocacy: A Plea for the Renaissance of the Trial Lawyer

ISBN13: 004289
ISBN: 004289
New Edition ISBN: 9786028397315
Previous Edition ISBN: 004126
Published: June 1968
Publisher: Cornerstone Library
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Paperback (Hardback in 1954)
Price: Out of print

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In this book Mr Stryker takes the reader through every step of a case: the first meeting with the client, the questions to find the facts, the arrival in court on the first day of the trial, the selection of jurors, the carefully collected information about the characters of the judge and the prosecuting attorney, the importance of the opening address and the summation. Above all he reveals the fascinating art of cross-examination which he considered to be the greatest weapon in the arsenal of the trial lawyer.

The author clears up for all time the matter of legal ethics, of a defence attorney's responsibility to undertake a defence, and under what circumstances he must refuse it. Also, he tells wonderfully exciting stories about the famous trial lawyers of an earlier day - Martin W. Litteton, Daniel Webster, Rufus Choate - as well as such modern greats as Robert Jackson and John W. Davis.