In this article the author provides a primer on the more common forms of cheating employed by trial lawyers. Another purpose is to suggest that there are antidotes that may be administered to curb these abuses, assuming that trial attorneys are alert enough to invoke them, and trial judges are willing to apply them.

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Fall 1982


Notes/Citation Information

American Journal of Trial Advocacy, Vol. 6, No. 2 (Fall 1982), pp. 265-309



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