Ten great american trials lessons in advocacy by faust f rossi and glenn c altschuler ten great american trials provides chapter length accounts of some of the most highly publicized and fascinating court cases of the 20th century. The talk drew on four of the 10 trials discussed in the book representing the most highly publicized intriguing and legendary court battles of the 20th century according to the american bar association the books publisher. Ten great american trials provides chapter length accounts of some of the most highly publicized and fascinating court cases of the twentieth century embedded in each of our narratives is an analysis of the use by prosecutors and defense attorneys of trial advocacy techniques involving discovery . Professors rossi and altschuler will draw on four fascinating trials leopold and loeb the alger hiss case the trial of dan white and the people v oj simpson to illuminate fundamental principles of trial advocacy and demonstrate that great courtroom stories should be deliciously brief immediately memorable eminently repeatable and virtually impossible to dismiss. Altschulers latest book co authored with faust rossi is ten great american trials lessons in advocacy drawing on four great court cases explored in that book leopold and loeb alger hiss dan white and oj simpson altschuler demonstrates the importance of storytelling to trial advocacy
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