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    CLE Seminars Presents: Winning Your Case with Killer Cross-examination Techniques, with Pozner and Dodd

    Want to improve your cross-examination skills? In this June 23 State Bar CLE seminar, attorneys Roger Dodd and Larry Pozner - two of America's most popular CLE lecturers - present courtroom-tested techniques and strategies that transcend the type of litigation at issue. Whether your case is civil, criminal, divorce, or commercial law, these techniques work.
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    Wisconsin Lawyer
    Vol. 77, No. 5, May 2004

    CLE Seminars Presents: Winning Your Case with Killer Cross-examination Techniques, with Pozner and Dodd

Want to improve your cross-examination skills? In this June 23 State Bar CLE seminar, attorneys Roger Dodd and Larry Pozner - two of America's most popular CLE lecturers - present courtroom-tested techniques and strategies that transcend the type of litigation at issue. Whether your case is civil, criminal, divorce, or commercial law, these techniques work.

Winning Your Case with Killer Cross-examination Techniques will teach you a whole new way to try a case - one that integrates cross-examination with every step of the trial process. Through the use of practical examples, you will learn how to phrase questions to block witness evasions, create fact-sensitive sequences of questions, psychologically dominate hostile witnesses, compel admissions on the key points of your cross, and use a hostile witness's own words to create a devastating cross-examination.

This full-day program, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., has been approved for up to 6.5 CLE credits. Tuition is $229. The live program is Wednesday, June 23, in Waukesha. The video program is Friday, Aug. 27, at statewide locations. To register, please contact the State Bar at (800) 728-7788. This program is returning by popular demand; register early to reserve your seat and materials.




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