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ABA panel tackles ‘ethical minefields’

What do you do when you suspect, but don't know for sure, that your client is lying? A panel discussion, "Avoiding Ethical Minefields When Preparing and Examining Witnesses," addressed that issue, among others, at the American Bar Association annual meeting in Chicago last week.

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The order of witnesses is crucial

Timing is everything – a well-worn maxim that holds particularly true in the context of a jury trial. According to Christian Searcy Sr., who has won $900 million in verdicts and settlements during his 30-year career, the order in which ...

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