Om New York Trial Notebook
New York Trial Answer BookTechniques, law, and forms for trial preparation and presentation. The latest edition of New York Trial Notebook adds hundreds of new case citations, dozens of new tips, and many new and substantially revised sections. Turn to New York Trial Notebook for clear, concise explanations, practice tips, and recent case-based illustrations covering everything from preparing the case for trial through post trial motions. Lawyers no longer have as many opportunities to polish their trial skills. Small cases rarely reach courtrooms, and specialists and public defenders now handle the criminal cases that used to keep civil lawyers trial-ready. However, the procedures and cases governing New York courtrooms - and the techniques that work in them - must still be learned and remembered. Here is the solution. Courtroom veterans Ed Birnbaum, Carl Grasso, and Justice Ariel Belen have blended their hard-won trial lessons with the law and rules governing New York trials in an accessible single volume called New York Trial Notebook. This practical work is heavily-supported with 2,000 cases containing parenthetical descriptions and pinpoint citations, more than 80 forms in print and via Digital Access, and dozens of practice tips. New York Trial Notebook delivers:Expert witness disclosureEve-of-trial preparationExpert witness testimonyJury selectionTrial tipsCross examination of lay witnessesAnd much, much more. You'll receive detailed answers to the questions that frequently arise in the home stretch before trial, and that arise in the courtroom - qualification and cross-examination of experts, making and meeting objections, persuasive openings and closings, pretrial motions and motions during trial, jury selection and instruction.