While some impaired driving cases are determined solely based upon a per se level of alcohol or drugs in a driver's system, many are adjudicated based on behavior that evidences impairment. But what is "impairment?" This program will answer that question from the unique perspectives of both a trial judge and a toxicologist.
To succeed as a trial lawyer, you need to know how to take and defend depositions. In this program, you will learn essential deposition skills, including how to avoid common pitfalls in taking and defending depositions, and how to make the most of deposition transcripts before and during trial.
3D animations are some of the most powerful pieces of evidence available to attorneys today. They have the power to turn the complex into the simple, leaving jurors who spend their daily lives devouring visual content with a lasting memory of key arguments and evidence.
Understanding the quirks of the human decision-making processes and tailoring a case to those will not magically win an otherwise frivolous case, but it may help nudge the jury in a close one. Learn how you can apply behavioral psychology research on decision-making to tailor your cases and guide juries to the right result.