Obtain better trial outcomes with practical guidance from the nation's leading experts on cross-examination.
Masters of Cross-Examination DVD
Undermining the opponent's case and discrediting the opponent's witnesses have historically been viewed as primary goals of cross-examination. However, counsel can also use cross-examination constructively to control the opponent's witnesses so that the witnesses will advance the attorney's own theory of the case. This use of cross-examination can be devastatingly effective, yet many attorneys fail to deploy it. With authoritative guidance from Larry Pozner and Roger Dodd, The Masters of Cross-Examination DVD set gives attorneys the practical tools to unleash the power of constructive cross-examination for better trial outcomes. Four DVDs, containing nine lectures, provide detailed guidance on the authors' signature "Chapter Method" of preparing for cross-examination, as well as proven techniques for controlling witnesses.
Table of contents
Changing Your Mindset: An Introduction to Advanced Cross-Examination
A Thin Stream of Fear: Creating and Controlling Anxiety in the Courtroom
Assisting Discovery: An Exploration of Constructive Cross-Examination
Back to Basics: The Three Commandments of Constructive Cross-Examination
A Rose by Any Other Name: The Importance of Word Selection in a Constructive Cross-Examination
Before the Courtroom: Preparing for Constructive Cross-Examination
The Tell-Tale Heart: Improving Control of Hostile Witnesses With Constructive Cross-Examination
The Chameleon Effect: An Exploration of Looping Techniques in Cross-Examination
Catch 'Em If You Can: Wrangling the Runaway Witness
Preparation for Deposition DVD Series
Comprehensive, professional, billable preparation for your witness! Proper preparation of your client prior to their deposition can prevent mistakes that can cost you the trial or hurt your settlement. These DVDs are designed with your client in mind; help your client prepare for the deposition experience, know what to expect and understand the "do's and don'ts" of being deposed.