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The Last Word: Closing Argument

October 2019 - DRI's The Voice
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The closing argument provides an opportunity to amaze and enthrall a jury with the summary of why your side has won. Strong closing arguments share common characteristics: they are organized, focused, and persuasive. Organization requires time—something that is in short supply during a trial. Prepare a generic closing in draft mode before the trial starts. This allows you to incorporate the evidence and testimony as you go along, streamlining the creative process later.

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