September 18, 2013

Mind the Gaps, Fellow Counsel

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly
Daniel I. Small

Preparing a witness to answer questions in court and to recount real-world experiences as accurately as possible is a difficult task. Lawyers must help their witnesses understand and bridge each gap that might create inconsistencies in a testimony. This two-part article will look at the various gaps that may occur over the course of a testimony and will give tips to help bridge these critical gaps in order to establish a credible and successful witness.

READ: Mind the Gaps, Fellow Counsel: Part 1

READ: Mind the Gaps, Fellow Counsel: Part 2

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