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Refresh Vs. Impeach: Know The Difference
Witnesses give bad answers all the time. They forget things, they make mistakes, they lie. We talked in earlier columns ...
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20 Feb 2018
Healthcare Law Update: September 2017
The requestor is a manufacturer of biologics and other pharmaceutical products (products) that require specific handling...
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12 Sep 2017
The Why Of Cross-Examination
Our next series of columns will address the subject of cross-examination.
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14 Jul 2017
Basic Points To Consider In Redirect Examination
When redirecting examination, there are several factors to consider in order to refocus the jury on what you believe is important.
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28 Jun 2017
Dan Small Discusses Michelle Carter Case And Verdict (Video)
Attorney Dan Small joined Boston Public Radio to talk about the Michelle Carter case and verdict.
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27 Jun 2017
Dan Small Discusses Robert Mueller Investigation (Video)
Dan Small, partner and prosecutor for the U.S. Department of Justice, joined Boston Public Radio to talk about the investigation of Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
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27 Jun 2017
Litigation Lessons From Hollywood
Hollywood court room scenes do not resemble the cases that trial lawyers experience.
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31 May 2017
Witch Hunt? (Video)
Partner Daniel Small, who served alongside Robert Mueller at the U.S. Attorney office in the 1980s, provides insight about Mueller, who was named special counsel to investigate potential...
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26 May 2017
Getting Rid Of Clutter In Direct Examination
Trials tend to be plagued by verbal clutter - that is, unnecessary words spoken by lawyers and witnesses (and, yes, sometimes judges).
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8 May 2017
The Basic Elements Of Direct Examination
In theory, at least, an effective direct examination should be one of the easiest things to accomplish in the courtroom.
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15 Mar 2017
What Should FBI's Comey Do Now?
Attorney Dan Small is featured on Sue O'Connell's The Take for his experience as a former federal prosecutor.
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9 Nov 2016
BPR Talks Tsarnaev and Rallys For Spring
Attorney Dan Small discusses the trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, alleged bomber in the Boston Marathon bombings, in a Boston Public Radio podcast. He discusses what the pros and cons would be if the defense team plead guilty.
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19 Mar 2015
Rule 3: Tell The Truth, Part I
No witness takes an oath simply to tell the truth. The oath at the beginning of testimony is to tell "the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth."
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31 Dec 2013
Witnesses Aren't Just Talking, They're Making a Record
When giving a testimony, everything a witness says will be recorded and taken down word-for-word. This article discusses the importance of advising a witness on how to prepare for this and gives basic steps to follow to avoid creating problems on the record.
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4 Dec 2013
The Witnessís Golden Rule: Take Your Time
The number one rule for any witness in a testimony is to take your time.
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19 Nov 2013
Seven Big Mistakes Lawyers Make
Even the most experienced attorneys can often make mistakes in preparing a client or witness adequately.
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5 Nov 2013
Three Big Mistakes Witnesses Make
When someone is called to be a witness of any kind, no book or outsiderís advice can replace the need for effective preparation.
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28 Oct 2013
What It Means To Prepare A Witness
Many lawyers do not prepare their witnesses adequately for testimony because they do not understand that the experience is not a normal one for the client.
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9 Oct 2013
Mind the Gaps, Fellow Counsel
Preparing a witness to answer questions in court and to recount real-world experiences as accurately as possible is a difficult task.
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24 Sep 2013
An Unprepared Witness is a Lost Witness
Being called as a witness in any legal matter can be a daunting situation. The task of communicating effectively in a question-and-answer style can be difficult and unnatural for individuals who are unaccustomed to the process.
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27 Aug 2013
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