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Advocacy: The Psychology of Advocacy and how to Examine a Witness
I have read two books which deal with trial advocacy. One was "The Common Sense Rules of Trial Advocacy" by Keith Evans (224 pages) and the other was "Advocacy: Evidence, Objections and Exhibits" by Haydock and Sonsteng ( 60 pages read). I had no idea how complicated a trial could be until I started reading these books. I have watched several episodes of 'The Practice' and 'Ally McBeal' and had based my opinions of trials and courtroom behavior on shows similar to these. I know television is much more dramatized and comedic than real life, but I didn't realize how much more depth there was to a trial, though. It isn't as fun as it seems on television. I read so many fascinating things in these books and there are so many topics that I would enjoy writing about, but in this paper I will go over three things I found most interesting in the books I read. First I will discuss how advocacy is similar to theater. Then I will elaborate on the psychology of advocacy. Finally, I will talk about how complicated it can be to examine a witness.…
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