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November 2014
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Saturday, December 6th, 2014
Features
23 | Jury Persuasion in Criminal Cases: Utilizing “Solution Selling” Techniques - By Paul C. Looney & Clay S. Conrad
32 | Not Guilty v. Goliath: Conquering Giant Blood Tests Using the Disconnect Defense - By Mark Ryan Thiessen
39 | Science and the Narrative in Criminal Defense - By Gerald Bierbaum
Jury Persuasion in Criminal Cases: Utilizing “Solution Selling” Techniques
Saturday, December 6th, 2014

“Winning isn’t everything... It’s the only thing.”

—Vince Lombardi

Not Guilty v. Goliath: Conquering Giant Blood Tests Using the Disconnect Defense
Saturday, December 6th, 2014

Finally the day has come: Written on the face of the State’s file, in big red letters, is the blood test result. Most attorneys cringe when the lab result reveals a blood alcohol concentration over a 0.15.

Science and the Narrative in Criminal Defense
Saturday, December 6th, 2014

[This note assumes a trial lawyer hired a mental health expert and told the expert to go see the client and then give the lawyer a call.]

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