7 edition of Learning Criminal Law as Advocacy Argument found in the catalog.
May 1, 2004
by John Delaney Publications
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||445|
Lawyers want (and need) easy tools for handling Evidence issues. Their understanding of the Rules, their application and their interplay may be hobbled by whether their Law School education was at the hands of a theorist rather than a practice-focused educator, the frequency with which they are in court, and their willingness to read, re-read. go on to practice criminal law, for many of them the basic course will be the only one they take in the area. This book focuses primarily on Criminal Law as a first-year course, with occasional comments on differences in teaching it at the upper levels. Professors and even entire schools differ in .
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I'm Professor John Delaney, the author of this Exam book as well as Learning Legal Reasoning and Learning Criminal Law As Advocacy Argument. I wrote all three books to aid in piercing the obscurity, mystification and the "hide-the-ball" teaching that is still practiced in so much of legal pedagogy.
Chapter-1 Important learning points in Criminal Advocacy/ Court room skills 3 establishes the foundation for court argument. If a lawyer wants to be a persuasive trial To ensure effective advocacy, as per the Law of Evidence, (also known as the Qanun-e.
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