Trials take place because, at some point in the past, the parties each made some sort of decision that altered the “usual” flow of life. A conflict was created by these divergent decisions. A ju...07 Nov 2014
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The story-telling template is actually older than Shakespeare, timeless in its power, proven over the millennia as a model that captures attention, organizes facts, creates involvement and investment ...07 Nov 2014
Your trial ends. The jurors are released. You ask them their impression of you and your witnesses . . . What would you WANT them to say, and What WOULD they say? In an ideal world, those two answers...06 Aug 2014