The Fundamentals of Texas Trial Practice is comprehensive in that it covers trial preparation, making and responding to objections, jury selection, making an opening statement, conducting direct and cross-examination, impeaching and rehabilitating witnesses, offering and opposing exhibits, direct and cross-examination of expert witnesses, the courtas charge to the jury, and closing arguments. As is true of a good trial lawyer, Fundamentals of Texas Trial Practice is brief and simple. Its coverage of the subjects of trial practice is succinct, direct and clear, and focuses on the fundamentals that are essential to being an effective trial lawyer. Each chapter contains cross-references to other chapters to enable the reader to perceive the progression of a trial and integrate its various parts into a coherent whole. At the end of each chapter is an extensive bibliography to relevant parts of leading treatises on trial advocacy. In sum, the Fundamentals of Texas Trial Practice is a valuable resource for both the novice and the seasoned veteran trial lawyer alike.A a2009 Ford F-150 pickup truck, V.I.N. F123P456; 2010 Honda Accord, V.I.N. HA567S321; ...a ... 2012, Juris). 14Rule of Evidence 403. See Schlueter and Schlueter, TEXAS RULES OF EVIDENCE MANUAL, As 403.02[e] (9th ed. 2012, Juris)anbsp;...
|Title||:||Fundamentals of Texas Trial Practice - Fourth Edition|
|Author||:||Judge Robert R. Barton|
|Publisher||:||Juris Publishing, Inc. - 2014-11-01|