Author Archives: Paul Luvera

SOME RANDOM THOUGHTS ABOUT ARGUING TO THE JURY

There are a multitude of ways in which we can argue issues to the jury. Of course,  all depends upon the facts of the case, the normal demeanor of the lawyer and the issues. In no particular order here are … Continue reading

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ALWAYS APPEAL TO THE JURORS NEED FOR A JUST OUTCOME THROUGH A COMPELLING STORY

As trial lawyers most of us need no convincing to agree that our appeal to the jury is best presented as a story. We know that since the dawn of time humans have used stories to make sense out of … Continue reading

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POLITICAL WISDOM FOR TRIAL LAWYERS

In 2002 political advisers James Carville and Paul Begala published a book they entitled “Buck up, Suck up… And Come Back When You Foul Up.” Although dated in terms of its publication, most of the observations they make that relate … Continue reading

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