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Creating Winning Trial Strategies and Graphics: Second Edition Creating Winning Trial Strategies and Graphics: Second Edition

Creating Winning Trial Strategies and Graphics gives you the inside perspective on developing compelling trial graphics to strengthen your case and make your courtroom presentation more persuasive.

By G. Christopher Ritter

Persuasive Communication:<br />Third Edition Persuasive Communication:
Third Edition

Persuasive Communication is a comprehensive review of research that describes how people generate, process and react to persuasive appeals. The book describes the role of source, message, and receiver characteristics in the production of compelling messages.

By James B. Stiff, Ph.D.

Powerful Deliberations:<br />Putting It All Together for the Jury Powerful Deliberations:
Putting It All Together for the Jury

Powerful Deliberations: Putting It All Together for the Jury focuses on how jurors learn, think, and deliberate to give attorneys proven trial strategies for turning them from neutral finders of fact into advocates for their client’s side.

By G. Christopher Ritter

The Trial War Room Handbook:<br/>Effective Strategies From the Trenches The Trial War Room Handbook:
Effective Strategies From the Trenches

The Trial War Room Handbook: Effective Strategies From the Trenches is for the lawyer, paralegal, or administrator in law firms large and small, facing a trial or onsite event that requires dedicated strategic, logistic, and moral support.

By G. Christopher Ritter & Michael Skrzypek

“Creating Winning Trial Strategies and Graphics is the most comprehensive and useful contribution to the field currently on the market.”

Prof. Richard K. SherwinProf. Richard K. Sherwin
New York Law School

“Readers will find a thorough and balanced analysis of current trends in persuasion research, along with a clear presentation of the scientific lineage that led up to today's cutting-edge research programs.”

Prof. Richard K. SherwinProf. Chris Segrin, PhD
Department of Psychology, University of Arizona

“Every lawyer, indeed every litigator, should read these books.”

John KekerJohn Keker
Keker & Van Nest

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