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The Art of the Story – Judge Habas and John Mooy

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Witness Preparation – Charles Rose

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Preparation for Trial

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Case Analysis

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Case Preparation

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Opening Statements – Professor Coppock

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Opening Statements – Terry MacCarthy

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Opening Statements – Judge Erickson

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Opening Statements – Professor Rose

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Example: Prosecution Opening Statement – State v. Alexander

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Example: Defense Opening Statement – State v. Alexander

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Example: Prosecution & Defense Opening – State v. Alexander

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Example: State v. Alexander Defense Opening Statement

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Overview of Direct Examination

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Refreshing Recollection – Professor Flowers

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Admitting Exhibits, Example 1

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Admitting Exhibits, Example 2

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Admitting Exhibits, Example 3

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Admitting Exhibits, Example 4

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Exhibits in the Courtroom – Professor Flowers

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