Closing Argument: It Ain't Over 'til It's Over – Part 2

14 Feb , 2024

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This is part 2 of the 2 part series. Closing argument is a great persuasive device to help you win your case. It’s the most powerful part of the trial as it comes last and has the psychological advantage of recency. In addition, it is the only part of the trial which can be used without restrictions for setting forth relationships of facts and ideas, for emphasizing certain points, and for putting the case together in argument form. Join me as I reduce closing argument to its individual parts and teach you the tools for delivering strong and persuasive closing arguments that will leave a strong impression on the jury.

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