Category Archives: Trial Tactics

THE TOOL OF PSYCHODRAMA FOR PLAINTIFF ATTORNEYS

More than twenty years ago I first taught at the Trial College College created by Gerry Spence and conducted in Wyoming. It was there that I met Dr. John Nolte from Connecticut. He was trained as a psychologist and became … Continue reading

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UNDERSTANDING WHY JURORS WANT TO BLAME THE INJURED PLAINTIFF

Tom Wolfe, in his book The Right Stuff, described how military pilots reacted when a fellow pilot was killed during test flights. He wrote: “The other pilots shook their heads and said it was a damned shame, but he should … Continue reading

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THE POWER OF VISUALIZATION

In 1960 an American plastic surgeon wrote a book he titled Psycho Cybernetics. It was a long time bestseller and influenced over the following years many other motivational writers and others to follow his recommendations and teachings. The premise of … Continue reading

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