Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall Law & Business, 1993. First edition (presumed; no earlier dates stated). Hardcover. Black octavo in black DJ, gilt to front cover and spine, xxvi, 281 pages ; 23 cm. Small scuff to spine head and foot, extremely gently bumped corners, bright pages in tight binding, very mild worn tear to DJ spine foot and head, else Near fine(-) in very good(+) DJ. Item #88055
Jury Persuasion: Psychological Strategies and Trial Techniques shows litigators how to identify, troubleshoot, and exploit common juror biases and predispositions to their clients' advantage to craft winning case approaches. || Jury -- United States, Psychology. || Contents: Ch. 1. Persuasion in the Courtroom -- Ch. 2. The Key to Persuasion: Juror Attitudes and Beliefs -- Ch. 3. Communication and Techniques of Persuasion -- Ch. 4. How Jurors Use Information -- Ch. 5. Learning and the Attribution of Innocence or Blame -- Ch. 6. Persuasion in Voir Dire -- Ch. 7. Juror Selection Strategy -- Ch. 8. The Psychology of the Opening Statement -- Ch. 9. The Psychology of Demonstrative Evidence -- Ch. 10. Understanding Punitive Damages -- Ch. 11. Jury Research for Effective Trial Strategy -- Ch. 12. The United States of America v. Lee Harvey Oswald -- An Exercise in Psychological Strategies and Trial Techniques. || DJ protected in archival mylar wrap.
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