2 edition of Trial handbook for New York lawyers found in the catalog.
Trial handbook for New York lawyers
Aaron J. Broder
|Statement||by Aaron J. Broder.|
|Series||New York practice library|
|LC Classifications||KFN6025 .B76 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 984 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||984|
|LC Control Number||85082119|
If the prosecutor does not present the evidence to the grand jury within this time, you will be released from jail on your own recognizance R. Expert Witnesses. Point out the number of times the expert has testified for parties that stand for similar things, for example, insurance companies, large manufacturers, or big businesses. The kind of answer that can never be corrected has to do with prior accidents or prior injuries. The jury selection section should contain a basic outline of the types of questions you intend to ask in order to select a fair and impartial jury. Learn to become a very good listener when it comes to voir dire.
Depending on the circumstances of your case, if you are convicted of more than one offense, or if you are already serving another sentenceyou may receive concurrent sentenceswhich means that the sentences will run at the same time, or consecutive sentenceswhich means they will run one after the other. Establish a good relationship with the witness by being considerate and pleasant to work with. Rulings on Evidence. This type of body language may be interpreted by the jury members as an attack upon them. Green v.
Does the prosecutor have to seek an indictment from a grand jury? Refreshing Recollection: 1. Attitudes that stem from life experiences will probably not change despite excellent legal arguments. Moreover, the longer an opposing expert witness is on the stand, the greater the likelihood that the expert will hurt your case. Can the prosecutor refile the armed robbery charge in the future if new evidence turns up?
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What is the purpose of a preliminary hearing? We fight to see that injured people are not barred from the civil justice system; that wrongdoers are not immunized from liability; that juries are free to determine the proper amount of compensation without arbitrary legislative interference; that obstacles are not placed in the way of litigating all meritorious actions.
Before sentencing in a case where death is not a possible sentencethe Department of Probation will prepare a report for the judge pre-sentence report containing information about your background and the circumstances of the crime.
Even prior injuries should allow for the caveat that medical records that may exist and may have been forgotten by the plaintiff are being reviewed for any similar problems with the same part of the body. Robert T.
The court clerk sits at a desk in the well of the court. What happens at a lineup? Fully develop the players in the case. If you have Trial handbook for New York lawyers book convicted previously, you may receive a longer sentence.
The judge then explains the trial procedure, the basic principles of law, and the jurors' duties. Quite the contrary, a successful opening statement should be entertaining and should leave the jury with a feeling that you are right and that your client should win.
Your bail conditions may change as your case continues. The Chinese language version of the Handbook was made possible through a generous grant from the Office of the Manhattan Borough President, C.
If your appeal results in an affirmancemeaning the appellate court found that you received a fair trial and there was enough evidence to prove your guilt a beyond reasonable doubtor that your guilty plea was properly taken, you have a limited right to seek further appeal to the highest court in New York State, the Court of Appeals.
This is accomplished by either having the expert witness, another expert in the case, or the Court recognize the author of the treatise, periodical, book, dissertation, pamphlet, or other writing in question to be authoritative.
It also has jurisdiction where, for example, someone tries to steal federally insured money. Such a pamphlet could indicate briefly such matters as how our criminal justice system operates and what it means to waive an indictment or plead guilty; what are the elements of a trial; and what are the roles of grand and petty juries, attorneys, judges and magistrate judges.
The jury selection section should contain a basic outline of the types of questions you intend to ask in order to select a fair and impartial jury.
Once that is complete, you must then prepare challenges for cause, decide who you will strike using your peremptory challenges, and preserve the record for appeal. Doctors General Hospital, Ltd.
You should also keep in mind that the trial organizational plan should help prove your Trial handbook for New York lawyers book of the case. Expert Witnesses.
If you were responsible for delays in bringing your case to trialthose periods are not included in the six months, ninety days, Trial handbook for New York lawyers book other periods relating to release.
This volume is the fruits of their labors. You should ask the following questions in order to lay the foundation for tape recordings to be admitted into evidence: a. Counsel is making a statement instead of asking a question.
Trust your gut feeling. The days of asking the prospective jury panel several limited, leading questions about their ability to follow the law and to be fair and unbiased are gone. Finally, ask the expert if he agrees with the statement that you just read.
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