23 | 'If DNA, Then Guilty': Strategies for Overcoming Juror Assumptions About DNA Evidence in Criminal Trials - By Christina T. Kline, Demosthenes Lorandos & Michael Spence
31 | Win Through Emotion, Not Facts! - By John J. Eastland
34 | Jury Trial of Dzhokhar “Johar” Tsarnaev—Day 27 - Judy Clarke opening statement
One day a lady came to me with a DWI charge. She had already visited with several other lawyers, all of whom had said her case was hopeless—but they could get her a “good deal.” She was 45 and close to retirement as a jailer for TDCJ. If she received a conviction, she would lose her job and her retirement. As a single, that job was her life support, and she wanted to fight the case.
- President's Message: Our Lives, Our Fortunes, and Our Sacred Honor - By Emmett Harris
- Executive Director's Perspective: Board Meeting - By Joseph A. Martinez
- Ethics and the Law: Know When to Hold ’Em and When to Fold ’Em - By Robert Pelton
- Off the Back: The Perfect Cross-Examination - By Stephen Gustitis
- Federal Corner: Raynor-the-Rapist Should Have Worn a Long-Sleeve Shirt - By F. R. Buck Files Jr.
- Said & Done