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Adapted from Thomas A Mauet this text presents a method of pre-trial preparation, discusses the skills and techniques which must be developed and employed during each phase of the trial process and gives clear examples of how these techniques may be used at trial.
The second edition is fully revised and takes into account the changes to trial practice resulting from the Evidence Act 1995. A practical discussion of the psychology of persuasion is included (what behavioral science and jury research have shown to be true about persuading juries) and how advocates can use this knowledge to shape their approach to the trial is explored.