Monthly Archives: February 2011

Impeachment on Direct – How to deal with unexpected testimony on direct examination – Part 2

Impeachment on Direct How to deal with unexpected testimony on direct examination – Part 2 You call your last witness and things are going great.  A verdict in your client’s favor will be soon to follow.  All you have to

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How to deal with unexpected testimony on direct examination – Part 1 Refreshing Recollection

How to deal with unexpected testimony on direct examination -Part 1 – Refreshing Recollection You call your last witness and things are going great. A verdict in your client’s favor will be soon to follow.  All you have to do

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Dear Esquire,

As lawyers, we pride ourselves on using precise words in our writing and speech.  That is why I am astounded by the frequent misuse of the word “esquire”.  I fully admit that I wrote “Esq.” the first time I signed

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