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The Canadian Bar Association-Ontario, in a series on continuing legal education presents;
ADVOCACY IN THE CRIMINAL COURTS
Lawyers discuss and lecture to other lawyers,
how to win Court cases and we all can learn from their wisdom & anecdotal recollections.
That right, how lawyers say they win Court cases and we should take note.
These writings are a bit dated (1981), but as we all know the law don't change much or move fast, that is unless it is making a mistake. So the noted items are very much timeless as they deal mostly with how people interact and present cases, something everyone who goes before the Courts - for whatever reason - should know, before hand.
To also appreciate more the work that lawyers must do and help the clients be more informed consumers of legal services.
There doesn't appear to be a copyright on this material and the spelling has been left the same for the most part.
Trial Preparations by Edward L. Greenspan
Edward Greenspan - Barrister & Fine Clothier
"Look, I'm charged with break and enter and I wear a size 40 suit"
Trial Tactics in Provincial Court
By Austin M. Cooper, Q.C. Barrister & Solicitor
By Senior Judge W. D. August
of the Provincial Court (Criminal Division) Judicial District of Peel
Preparation for the Sentence Hearing and Submissions on Sentence
By Michael J. Moldaver of Greenspan, Moldaver
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